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Training: Hydro-Climatic Disasters and IWRM

On 24-26 February, the Caribbean WaterNet/CapNet-UNDP hosted a Training of Trainers (TOT) Workshop on Hydro-Climatic Disasters and Integrated Water Resource Management in Nassau, Bahamas. The workshop was facilitated by Dr. Ronald Roopnarine (Caribbean WaterNet/CapNet UNDP), Dr. Mark Wuddivira (FFA, UWI), Dr. Gaius Eudoxie (FFA, UWI), Ms. Simone Lewis (GWP-C), Mr, Ryan Zuniga (CCCCC) and Ms. …

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LA-WETnet course on groundwater modelling

On 2-5 March LA-WETnet facilitated a course on groundwater modelling in Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia. The course was developed together with a group of partners, the “Latin American network of knowledge centres in the water sector” (RALCEA), the “Conference of Ibero-American Water Directors” (CODIA) and the “Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation” (AECID). Groundwater …

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The Bahamas: Caribbean WaterNet facilitated a Groundwater Management training workshop

On 19 February 2020, the first of two Caribbean WaterNet/CapNet UNDP training workshops on Groundwater Management in Integrated Water Resource Management took place in The Bahamas. The workshop was held in collaboration with The Bahamas Agricultural Health & Food Safety Authority (BAHFSA), the Faculty of Food and Agriculture, University of the West Indies St. Augustine …

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UNDP’s Ocean Innovation Challenge

The Ocean Innovation Challenge (OIC) is releasing a series of ‘Ocean Challenges’ or requests for proposals that bring solutions to solve ocean related issues. The OIC seeks innovations that are transferable, replicable and scalable in order to achieve maximum catalytic impact. The first challenge has been launched on 8 January and the submission date is …

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Stay tuned: we are launching our new website and Virtual Campus

After three months of solid work and commitment, Cap-Net global secretariat is thrilled to announce the forthcoming launch of our newly designed website and Virtual Campus. Cap-Net wanted to make the new website faster, easier to navigate, attractive and more user-friendly. The goal with the new website and Virtual Campus is to provide Cap-Net users …

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MyCDNet general annual meeting 2019

On 4 December 2019, the Malaysian Capacity Development Network for Sustainable Water Management (MyCDNet) held its 6th Annual General Meeting, attended by 24 of its members.

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Symposium: Urban Water and Coastal Zone Management in Sri Lanka

On 28 November  Cap-Net Lanka in collaboration with the Postgraduate Institute of Agriculture (PGIA), Water Resources Science and Technology (WRST) and Lanka Jalani (Sri Lanka Water Partnership) organised the Urban Water and Coastal Zone Management Symposium at the International Water Management Institute (IWMI), Colombo, Sri Lanka. The activity was aligned with UNDP’s “Water and Ocean …

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Strengthening water knowledge through working in partnership

On the 30 October 2019 the Global Water Partnership South Asia and Cap-Net, in collaboration with partners, delivered a session on a proposed “Delta Knowledge Hub: Innovative Platform for South-South Knowledge Exchange” at the Dhaka Water Knowledge Days 2019 (DWKD).

El Salvador: Learning on evapotranspiration rates in climate change scenarios

On 25-27 September, the Central American Network of Engineering Institutions (REDICA) members were trained on evapotranspiration rates in climate change scenarios. Members learnt to understand and run different tools to determinate the water needs for crops irrigation. The workshop was run in San Salvador city, El Salvador, in collaboration with Cap-Net.