Integrated Water Resource Management (IWRM) and Multiple Uses of Water (MUW)
Water is a natural resource that is multifunctional and multidimensional, threatened, source of competition and conflicts, looming and calling for integrated management. Since the Dublin conference, Integrated Water Resources Management has been seen as the answer to addressing the threat to the world’s resources using an integrated approach that is supported by the principles of integrated management of water, taking a participatory approach to the development of water resources, involving women as a key player and the recognition of the economic value of water while taking into consideration affordability and equity.
In response to this growing need in the water sector, NETWAS has developed a course on IWRM that will aim to equip professionals all over the world with skills in improving how world’s water resources are managed.
• To improve the knowledge of the professionals in IWRM and the current practices of water resources management in the World
• To facilitate the trainees to develop own action plans that they can use as change projects in home organizations
• To share experiences from around the world on IWRM through case study analysis and participants learning & sharing
Target Audience: Individuals working in the areas of: water resources management, Trans-boundary water management, water service providers, basin development, community based resources management, government ministries and public authorities, learning institutions, hydro power development organizations, lands/natural resources management.
More information on the course can be obtained from NETWAS through the following address: NETWAS International Magadi Road, Off Langata Road P. O. Box 15614-00503 Mbagathi Nairobi,Kenya Tel: +254-20-8042555/6 Cellphone: +254 727 170476 Fax: +254-20-8042554 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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#1824249 Format: on-site Country: Kenya City: Nairobi Course/Event Language: English Category: Training/Workshop Theme: Water Sanitation Hygiene Advertisement Language: English Cost: Fee-based HOW TO REGISTER
Visit our website www.netwas.org for the application form, fill in the required details and submit.