MyCDNet National Forum 2017 – 24 to 25 October 2017, Kuala Lumpur

MyCDNet (Malaysian Capacity Development Network for Sustainable Water Management) will be hosting the National Forum 2017 on 24 – 25 October 2017 with the theme “Wastewater as a Resource: Opportunities & Capacity Development”.

The aim of the Forum is to share information and ideas on best practices in wastewater resources management, technology, usage and opportunities available for Malaysia, and to move ahead with capacity development in wastewater minimization and reuse as a resource.
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University course “Integrated Water Resources Management” presented in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

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Round table presentation of the course “Integrated Water Resources Management” adapted for the universities of Kyrgyzstan was held on October 4, 2016, in Bishkek. The round table discussion was organized by the Central Asian Regional Water Network CAR@WAN with the support of the UNESCO Cluster Office in Almaty for Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan, in cooperation with Kyrgyz Department of Water Resources and Land Reclamation.

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World Water Day 2016 Quiz

Today is World Water Day! This year we highlight the power of water and jobs to transform people’s lives. Nearly all jobs are related to water one way or another. But today, millions of people who work in water are often not recognized or even protected by basic labour rights. This needs to change.

At Cap-Net we have prepared a quiz to test your knowledge about water and SDG 6 specifically for this day. Are you ready for the challenge?

Take the quiz here.

Inauguration of Cap-Net Secretariat’s New Office

Cap-Net global secretariat recently moved into a new office co-located with the Rio+ Centre, the World Centre for Sustainable Development. The new office located at the heart of the city, Central of Rio de Janeiro offering excellent working conditions and is a partnership between the State of Rio de Janeiro and Rio+ Centre/UNDP. The inauguration of the new premise held on 24th September welcoming everyone by Dr. Rômulo Paes de Sousa, the Director of RIO+ Centre. Ceremony honored by the participation of Mr. Jorge Chediek, UN coordinator Brazil and UN resident representative in Brazil (on his departure after 5 years in Brazil). Representatives from United Nations Information Centre (UNIC), United Nations office for disaster risk reduction (UNISDR), German consulate, Secretaría Estado da Casa Civil, and many other organizations attended the celebration.

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Aqua Republica: Piloting Serious Gaming for Water Education, 18th -19th September 2015, Kenya

WaterCap in collaboration with UNEP-DHI piloted Aqua Republica serious gaming (Cap-Net version) with secondary schools students in Nairobi, Kenya. Students from Shree Cutchi Leva Patel School and Sunshine Secondary School participated in the piloting of the Aqua Republica game on 18th September 2015, followed by a teacher workshop on 19th September. The activity aimed at introducing sustainable water education in a fun way to children in the age bracket 13-18 years. Specifically, the game aims at creating awareness about the fragility of the existing water resources and introducing them to the IWRM concept. A competition for all participating school will be held on 17th October 2015.

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Season’s Greetings and Happy New Year from Cap-UNDP

We wish all network members, international partners and friends of Cap-Net a ‘Joyful Festive Season and Happy New Year’.

In 2014, the programme delivered satisfactorily across the globe. The year also marked the completion of Phase III, heralded by the ‘Joint Donor Review’ and the start of the new strategic period (2014-2017) themed ‘Water Knowledge For All: Empowering Individuals, Enabling Environments’. The Cap-Net 2015 Annual Work Plan and Budget can be downloaded from this link.

We are looking forward to an equally satisfying and successful 2015.

Water Integrity Map for Latin America

In 2013 a report was developed with the objective of presenting a “Mapping of Integrity and Accountability in Water Resources Management and Relevant Capacities in Latin America” and with the aim to strengthen integrity and transparency in the Latin American water sector by producing a regional mapping report, assembling a team of specialists, and designing a capacity development plan.

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