Adopting the principles of IWRM, it is possible to achieve a more efficient and effective management of water resources, generating the reduction of losses and conflicts, the increase in return and economic efficiency, and greater equity in access for all uses of water. water, including water supply and sanitation for the poor.
Collaboration through networks of national and regional experts forms a key strategy for the Cap-Net program. International networks, particularly among UN agencies, improve the effectiveness of collaboration and impact on the region of partner networks, becoming one of the main outcome for Cap-Net.
Allowing free access to information, particularly to trainers and educators, contributes to the acquisition of knowledge at the local level. Cap-Net promotes the exchange of experiences, seeking to impact educational systems, local knowledge centers and development activities.
The Cap-Net Virtual Campus is built on a web platform and is proposed as a transversal platform for all Cap-Net activities, for associated networks, and for allies who wish to benefit from online learning. The campus will serve both face-to-face courses and new virtual courses.