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Professional Drilling Management

About this course An estimated 50% of the global and 75% of the African population rely on groundwater for their drinking water supplies. This is likely to increase in the future, especially in the face of climate change. Drilled water wells are vital to achieving universal, clean drinking water, with the sources safe, affordable, reliable …

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Water Pollution Management in Achieving SDG Target 6.3

Water Pollution Management in Achieving SDG Target 6.3 Water pollution management requires the participation of all stakeholders -polluters, victims, water managers and policymakers- under an integrated water resources management (IWRM) approach. Although water pollution is among the biggest human health risks, the continuing deterioration of water quality remains a major global threat. Water pollution also …

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Integrity basics: Understanding Corruption in Water and Sanitation

Integrity basics: Understanding Corruption in Water and Sanitation About this Course This online self-paced course revisits the main principles and concepts of water integrity, as an essential component for good water governance and sustainable water and sanitation services. It aims to enable participants recognise the need for incorporating water integrity, transparency, and accountability in their …

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SDG 6.5.1 IWRM Action Planning Course

About this course This course takes each participant primarily through a comprehensive training aimed at designing government-endorsed action plans to improve Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) implementation at the national level. From concept to implementation, this course provides in addition a clear guide and transferable project management expertise for the successful roll out of action …

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Groundwater Resources Management

About this course An estimated 75% of the African population relies on groundwater for their drinking water. Groundwater supports social and economic development and will become increasingly important in the face of climate change, droughts and floods. Groundwater is the “invisible” part of the hydrological cycle and a clear understanding of its physical environment (quality, …

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Drought Management for Monitoring and Early Warning

Drought Management for Monitoring and Early Warning Droughts have deep, widespread, and often underestimated impacts on societies, ecosystems and economies. While drought is a recurring and natural climatic phenomenon, climate change is increasing temperatures and evaporation as well as disrupting rainfall patterns, increasing the frequency, severity and duration of droughts in many regions.  A proactive, …

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GEF LME:LEARN Transboundary Marine Spatial Planning and Sustainable Blue Economy

GEF LME:LEARN Transboundary Marine Spatial Planning and Sustainable Blue Economy The GEF LME:LEARN Transboundary Marine Spatial Planning (MSP) and Sustainable Blue Economy Course provides an introduction into MSP concepts relevant for practitioners working within Large Marine Ecosystems and their Coasts. This course aims to provide project leads, partners, and others with practical approaches, lessons on …

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LME:Learn Ocean Governance

LME:LEARN Ocean Governance The GEF LME:LEARN Ocean Governance online course provides an introduction into governance concepts relevant for practitioners working within Large Marine Ecosystems (LMEs) and their Coasts. This course aims to provide project leads, partners, and others with practical approaches, lessons on governance and illustrative case studies. It also serves to promote an integrated, …

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