The Nexus Resource Platform

Knowledge and Information Management via the Nexus Resource Platform

A dynamic and up-to-date knowledge and information strategy is a key prerequisite for a successful implementation of Nexus measures and Nexus capacity building. The Nexus approach requires a high level of systemic analytical skills in different technical fields. Knowledge and information management is therefore an essential cross-cutting element of the Nexus Dialogue Programme.

The Global Nexus Secretariat actively stimulates the flow and exchange of information among all implementation partners. It collects and synthesises information, and compiles reports from Nexus regional dialogue events. It fosters the exchange of knowledge between different nexus regional dialogue partners as well as between different technical fields and sectors. This includes guidelines on Nexus implementation and publications on key elements of the Nexus approach as well as templates to help regional organisations to design and implement regional dialogue.

The Nexus Resource Platform, which was created after the Bonn2011 Nexus Conference, serves as the central provider of Nexus information for the public as well as a dedicated hub for the exchange of information and knowledge. It was re-launched at European Development Days in June 2016, with Nexus design and branding, and now serves as a neutral and inclusive agent. It represents regions actively engaged in Nexus regional dialogue (currently: Central Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean, Middle East and North Africa, and the Niger River Basin in West Africa) and publishes additional dedicated Nexus content. 

The Nexus Resource Platform is subject to ongoing strategic and technical development. The platform is available to other EU member states and other Nexus ambassador organisations. This is an open invitation to Nexus activists to join in and share.

The Nexus Resource Platform

The Nexus Resource Platform is the central source of information on the water, energy and food Nexus for scientists, practitioners and policy-makers alike.

We actively invite Nexus activists to join in and contribute. Please contact the editorial team at