8. References and links



The following links can provide you with additional information on IWRM and its implementation.

This is the web site of Cap-Net, an International Network for Capacity Building in IWRM, aiming at the development of human resources for the sustainable use of water resources. This is a content site specialized on capacity building for IWRM. There you will find links to the regional and national networks associated with Cap-Net, information on training and education opportunities, training and resource materials freely available and other useful links to resource centres, databases, programs and projects.

Regional networks for capacity building On these pages on the Cap-Net website you will find networks that have a relationship with Cap-Net. Many of the networks are still new and thus the amount of supporting information varies considerably.

Global Water Partnership
GWP is a partnership for integrated water resources management. It identifies critical knowledge needs at global, regional and national levels, helps design programs for meeting these needs, and serves as a mechanism for alliance building and information exchange on integrated water resources management. In this website, you can find news on major events, publications on water resources and linkages into the Regional Water Partnerships.

GWP ToolBox, Integrated Water Resources Management.
The ToolBox contains good descriptions of all elements of IWRM and provides many case studies and references. The purpose of the ToolBox is to provide water management professionals clear examples of good and bad practices and lessons learned from real life experiences of implementing IWRM.

IW-LEARN, The GEF International Waters Learning Exchange and Resource Network
IW Learn is an internet-based capacity building programme for transboundary water resource projects world wide. In this site you will find information on training opportunities provided by IW:LEARN, communication tools to assist transboundary water projects, collaboration, resource centres and support facilities.


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