WaterNet will be sponsoring a selected number of participants for the upcoming training on International Water Law in Africa to be held in Kampala Uganda, 5 – 12 June 2016. The training will be co-hosted by the Global Water Partnership Southern Africa, The University of Dundee, (UK), Makerere University (Uganda), the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) and the African Network for Basin Organizations (ANBO).
The aim of the training is to improve transboundary water management in Africa. Primary candidates for the training are mid- to high-level practitioners and professionals from river basin organisations and governments (i.e. Foreign Affairs ministries, ministries in charge of water affairs, legislators, water management agencies, etc.) who have a role in negotiating, drafting or reforming treaties and legislations, planning, decision-making on transboundary waters.
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