Integrated Water Resources Management projects, programmes and training activities
Training inTransboundary Water Management
Applications are now being acepted for two new courses in Transboundary Water Management. The first, for the MENA Region, will begin in Jordan in November 2007 and continue in Sweden in February 2008. The application deadline is June 29, 2007.
The second, Transboundary Water Management for the Lake Victoria Region, takes place in Kenya and Rwanda in October 2007, and continues in Sweden in Frebruary 2008. The application deadline is June 25, 2007.
Certificate of Advanced Studies (CAS) - Integrated Water Resource Management (IWRM) in the context of Developing and Transition Countries
Registration deadline is May 31st 2007
The class instructions take place during the last week of
August and the first week of September 2007,
respectively 2008. Bern University of Applied Sciences
AquaStress - Mitigation of Water Stress through new Approaches to Integrating Management, Technical, Economic and Institutional Instruments
CIRMAN-ARAL - Crop Irrigation Management for Combating Irrigation Induced Desertification in the Aral Sea Basin
NeWater - New Approaches to Adaptive Water Management under Uncertainty
EOLANDEG - Earth Observation initiative in a former homeland of South Africa in support of EU activities in land degradation and integrated catchment management
Epic force - Evidence-based Policy for Integrated Control of Forested River Catchments in Extreme Rainfall and Snowmelt
JAYHUN - Interstate Water Resource Risk Management: Towards A Sustainable Future for the Aral Basin
MEDITATE - IWRM for limited water resources in Mediterranean countries
OPTIMA - Optimisation for Sustainable Water Resources Management
Sustainable Land Use Planning for Integrated Land and Water Management for Disaster Preparedness and Vulnerability Reduction in the Limpopo Basin
Strengthening Local Authorities (rural and urban) to develop, govern and manage water resources and services through dialogues
TWINBASIN - Promoting Twinning of River Basins for Developing IWRM
WADI - Water Demand Integration
WASAMED - WAter SAving in MEDiterranean agriculture
Wasamed is a thematic network project funded by the European Commission (EC), within the 5th framework program for the international cooperation with Mediterranean countries (INCO-MED), aiming at establishing a platform for effective Mediterranean communication and debate on water saving in agriculture.
LoGoWater is funded by the European Commission Research Directorate General. Contract Number 003717.
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