2030 Water Resources Group, a global partnership program hosted within the Water Global Practice of the World Bank, supports the Government of Maharashtra on a state level through the Maharashtra Water Multi Stakeholder Platform to address water security in the state. Command area water productivity is one of the four thematic areas of work. Since 2018, 2030 WRG has been successful in forging a few public-private-civil society partnerships, covering about 870 WUAs cultivating about 0.30 million hectares of area.

In this Good Practice Note, Jonnalagadda VR Murty, Kavita Sachwani and Ajith Radhakrishnan discuss the importance of multistakeholder platforms and specific public-private and civil society partnerships in enhancing water use efficiency and institutionalizing an enabling environment that is critical for forging and nurturing such partnerships.

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For the previous notes: 

Good Practice Note 1
Good Practice Note 2