Why Capacity Development?
UNESCO-IHE strives to strengthen the programmes of universities and research institutes as well as the knowledge and capacity base of ministries and other water sector organizations in Africa, South-America and Asia/Pacific. We do this by training water professionals on-the-job, creating water education networks, joint research, policy advice, distance & e-learning, participation in innovative projects and facilitating knowledge sharing.
Download our latest research paper: Wehn et al. (2015) Strengthening Water Governance in the Global South: Role and International Experiences of UNESCO-IHE in Capacity Development, Water Governance, 5, 26-34.Read more about Capacity Development
Written by Joanne Craven, on 21 December 2015
What if a certain part of the basin was used to generate more energy? How would that affect the quality and quantity of the water aquatic...Read the full story
Written by Emma Meurs and 1 other, on 29 September 2015
Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) provide new opportunities to involve citizens in collecting data about water. The EU FP7 project ...Read the full story
MaMaSe field trip: learning about soil and water conservation, wastewater treatment and rangeland management
Written by Emma Meurs, on 7 September 2015
As part of the Mau Mara Serengeti Sustainable Water Initiative’s (MaMaSe) annual meeting in August 2015, partners and beneficiaries visited five...Read the full story