National Water Resource Institute (NWRI), Kaduna Nigeria in collaboration with Wa-Net at the NWRI, organized a workshop on Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) for a total of 57 newly employed staff into NWRI and the Federal Ministry of Water Resources (FMWR) from 10 to 12 of February, 2015.
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UNESCO-IHP Malaysia in collaboration with UNESCO Jakarta, Water Footprint Network, Malaysian Water Partnership and Malaysian Capacity Development Network in Sustainable Water Management (MyCDNet), private organisations, lecturers and NGOs organised Southeast Asia (SEA) Water Footprint Training Course from 24 to 26 of February 2015 at Ampang, Malaysia.
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The expert consultation has as its main objective to develop a partnership in capacity development on the use of new technologies for improved water productivity and management. To this purpose, it will bring together experts and users from various fields and disciplines who are all actively involved in the development and use of these technologies.
UNESCO-IHP Malaysia in collaboration with UNESCO Jakarta, Water Footprint Network, Malaysian Capacity Development Network in Sustainable Water Management (MyCDNet), private organisations, lecturers and NGOs will be conducting a Southeast Asia (SEA) Water Footprint Training Course which will take place from 24 to 26 of February 2015 at Flamengo Hotel, Ampang, Malaysia. Individuals whom were previously trained in Pretoria, South Africa under the Cap-Net UNDP funded initiative in 2013 will become resource persons during the event.
On December 23, 2014, Engineer Dudene Vaz Lima, organised the first Course on Sustainable Sanitation and Water Management – SSWM for the Basin Committee of Hydrography in the Neves District in Sao Tome and Principe. 35 participants consisted of 28 men and 7 women participated in this course. Coordinated by Cap-Net Brasil with the support of Cap-Net UNDP, the dynamics and the methodology of the training received by Engineer Dudene Vaz Lima in November 2014 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil were incorporated and shared into this SSWM course. Continue reading →
A regional training workshop on Integrated Water Resources Management as a Tool for adapting to Climate Change took place in Antigua & Barbuda from 15 to 16 of December 2014 through a partnership arrangement among the Global Water Partnership-Caribbean, Cap-Net UNDP, Caribbean WaterNet and the Antigua Public Utilities Authority (APUA). Continue reading →
The First Water Integrity Training Course for MENA (Middle East and North Africa) took place from 14 to 15 of January 2015 in Dead Sea, Jordan. A total of thirty participants spanning from Oman to Morocco successfully participated in this training course in conjunction with the 3rd Arab Water Week. The participants learned about methods to improve transparency, accountability and participation in the water sector for more sustainable water management.
The 2015 UN-Water Annual Zaragoza Conferences with the theme ‘Water and Sustainable Development: From Vision to Action’ will take place from 15 to 17 January 2015 at Etopia Centro de Arte y Tecnología, Zaragoza, Spain. One of the objectives of this conference is to serve UN-Water to prepare for the World Water Day 2015 which will focus on ‘water and sustainable development’. Continue reading →
A Training Course on Water Integrity for MENA Region as part of the WI MENA programme will take place concurrently at the 3rd Arab Water Week at the Dead Sea, Jordan from 14 to 15 of January 2015.
The overall objective of the regional Water Integrity Training is to develop capacities of various water sector stakeholders for water integrity in the MENA region, thereby improving transparency and accountability practices in water resources management. This training in particular aims at reaching out the wider MENA region, beyond the five pilot countries and the specific target groups of the WI MENA programme.
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