Dialogues and plans to implement solutions may only be responsive when those are rooted in local context. The 10th World Water Forum will therefore attempt to reinforce regional processes which will articulate thematic and political issues from local perspectives and regional views. This will result in more customized political commitment for action at local level and practical solutions from thematic areas. The regional process also targets to understand different regional experiences and knowledge in water management. To do this, a wide range of multi-stakeholders from particular regions and sub-regions will be required and invited to draw localized solutions that could be realized in the regional context.