Call for Application: 2019 IWC Master Scholarships (International)

The application for the 2019 IWC Master Scholarships (International) for the Master of Integrated Water Management (MIWM) program is now open. This prestigious award is granted each year to international students and include:


– Type A*: Up to two full tuition and full living costs scholarships (each valued at AUD92,645 including tuition fees and living costs); or

– Type B*: One full tuition scholarship and flights (valued at AUD56,739) (Return air travel is now included in Type B Scholarships).


Applications will close on 1 August 2018.

For more information, you may want to:

1) Download the scholarship brochure,
2) Join the webinar by Dr Brian McIntosh, IWC Education Director who will present the MIWM program/scholarships and answer questions on 19 June 2018. Register for the webinar here, or
3) Contact Education Team at

*For scholarships terms and conditions and lists of Type A and Type B countries, please visit the scholarship page

2nd International Conference and 4th National Environment Conference 2018 – 17 to 19 October 2018, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

The 2nd International Conference and 4th National Environment Conference 2018 will take place on October 17, 18 and 19 at the National University of the Center of the Province of Buenos Aires (Tandil). The deadline for sending extended summaries is 16th of June 2018.

The Bachelor’s degree in Diagnosis and Environmental Management, the Center for Research and Environmental Studies and the Faculty of Human Sciences of the National University of the Center of the province of Buenos Aires (UNICEN), in collaboration with the Civil Association of Graduates in Diagnosis and Environmental Management , organize the II International Conference on Environment and IV National Environment Conference 2018, which will take place on October 17, 18 and 19 at the UNICEN campus (Paraje Arroyo Seco, Tandil, province of Buenos Aires). Continue reading

Presentation of United Nations World Water Development Report 2018 – 10th April 2018, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

One of the key goals of sustainable development is to protect, restore, and promote sustainable use of natural ecosystems. Growing population and the resulting demand for clean water are the reason why conflicts, droughts and floods, crop failures, economic decline and a number of other problems occur. According to the UN estimates, consumer demand for water resources will grow annually for 1%, thus aggravating social, economic and environmental problems. In addition to water scarcity, we are now facing a tendency of water quality decline due to its widespread contamination by chemical and biological pollutants. Increasing man-made impact leads to degraded water ecosystems, desertification, increased risk of natural disasters, and reduced forest and wetland areas. Sustainability of natural ecosystems serves as a basis of key processes in the water cycle: evaporation, formation of precipitation and surface flow, accumulation of ground water, and so forth. Up-to-date natural solutions being an effective tool of water resources management are aimed primarily at ecosystem preservation and restoration. Continue reading

Panjwani-Hisaar Water Institute Ground Breaking Ceremony – 4 May 2018, Karachi, Pakistan.

Pakistan is facing a water crisis that has an impact on all sectors of its economy and to deal with its challenges there are not enough water professionals in the country. To address this shortage Hisaar Foundation, an NGO working in water sector for the last 15 years in collaboration with NED University of Engineering and Technology and Panjwani Charitable Foundation, well known for endowing and setting up educational institutions have launched the first of its kind multidisciplinary Panjwani-Hisaar Water Institute (PHWI). The groundbreaking ceremony of PHWI took place today at NED Karachi Campus where the institute will be located. Continue reading

LA-WETnet New Organisational Development

Cap-Net UNDP would like to inform all the international partners and partner networks on the organisational development of LA-WETnet. From 1st of March 2018 onwards, Mr. Damian Indij will leave his position as the manager of LA-WETnet to dedicate himself in Cap-Net UNDP secretariat as Virtual Campus Coordinator.

He will be succeeded by Dr. Mario Schreider and Dr. Marta Paris who are currently the network managers of ArCap-Net. The transition of the network management to Marta and Mario has been approved by the LA-WETnet network steering committee, formed by network managers of REDICA, REMERH, ArgCap-Net and Cap-Net Brasil (Anna Virginia Machado standing in the interim), and network members in Colombia, Bolivia, Ecuador, Peru, and Paraguay.

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Online Seminar on ‘Climate Change and Water Scarcity’ – 14 February 2018 (11:45 to 12.45 CET)

In a collaboration between The Water Channel and IHE Delft Partner, an online seminar on ‘Climate Change and Water Scarcity’ will take place on the 14 February 2018 (11:45 to 12.45 CET).

The Online Seminars are like interactive lectures transmitted over the web, with a duration of one hour including time for discussion. The seminar is free of charge. To participate, please register via the following link. Find below the information about the seminar and guidelines to follow the event. Continue reading

New Online Course Announcement by Cap-Net Virtual Campus

Cap-Net Virtual Campus announces the first online course for year 2018 on ‘Professional Management of Water Well Drilling Projects and Programmes – an Overview’.

This online course offers participants an introduction to the professional management of water well drilling projects and programmes.

It provides an overview of what is required to improve borehole drilling professionalism within an organisation and for the country more widely. The course provides participants with an understanding of the following key elements: groundwater information, siting, costing and pricing, procurement and contract management, borehole drilling and supervision and how professional drilling is affected by the wider institutional environment. Continue reading

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