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On 29-30 August, Cap-Net held the Annual Networks Managers and Partners meeting 2019 in Stockholm. The meeting took place at the Tele2 Arena (World Water Week venue) and the Global Water Partnership offices. A key topic during the meeting was the design, implementation and development of synergies and collaboration with a focus on the new alliance between the Global Water Partnership and Cap-Net UNDP.
Cap-net’s 23 affiliated networks from across the world showcased their networks work. The session provided the space for the organisations to get to know each other’s work and progress during the past year.
The new strategic alliance between Cap-Net UNDP and the Global Water Partnership was announced on 29 August at a joint mingle organised by UNDP, SIWI, Cap-Net and GWP during World Water Week 2019.
GWPO on behalf of Cap-Net UNDP Calls for a tender Development of an Institutional Web Site, New Virtual Campus, and Mobile App.
The Caribbean WaterNet has launched the SDG 6 Monitoring Guide for Caribbean SIDS 2019.
The Malaysian Capacity Development Network for Sustainable Water Management (MyCDNet) has organised and conducted the second part of the series of courses for Water Safety Plan (WSP) on 11 – 12 July 2019, held at the Research Management & Innovation Complex in Universiti Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, for 20 participants who were mainly from water agencies nationwide. The Course was held right on the heels of the 2-day MyCDNet Biennial National Forum 2019 that was successfully completed on 10 July at the same venue.
The Malaysian Capacity Development Network for Sustainable Water Management (MyCDNet) successfully organised and carried out its Biennial National Forum 2019 on 9 and 10 July in the Research Management & Innovation Complex, Universiti Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia with the theme Water for Sustainable Development: What’s Next. Dato’ Ir Lim Chow Hock, Network Manager of MyCDNet, gave the welcoming speech.
A One-Day awareness workshop was held on the 20th June 2019 at the National Inland Fisheries and Aquaculture Training Institute (NIFATI), Kalawewa for Irrigation Engineers, Agriculture Officers, Water Managers, Aquaculturists, Environmental Officers, Livestock Managers etc. on the issue of algal bloom in one of the major irrigation reservoirs in the northcentral province. The programme was sponsored by the Environmental and Water Pollution Project (EWPP) and conducted by Water Resources Science and Technology (WRST). Prof. Ivan Silva coordinate the programme.
Cap-Net Lanka together with the Sri Lanka Water Partnership (SLWP) organised a one-day training programme for 61 government officers including Engineering Assistants, Development Officers, Work Supervisors and Senior Anicut Gate Keepers at the Zonal Reception Hall, Nittambuwa (Gampaha District) on the 13th June 2019.