Central Asia Regional Water Information Base (CAREWIB)

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The main task of this Information System is to develop a common system for land and water resources in the Aral Sea basin, with capability to assess different aspects of their use and prediction efficiency that will facilitate sustainable management and control of water resources use. The Information System is a multi-level, inter-state, and inter-sectoral system, comprising water and land use hierarchical levels. The emphasis is put on usefulness, reliability and transparency of presented information that implies a number of requirements to developed facilities and tools.


Water Conflict Management Graduate Program

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UNESCO-IHE Delft’s Institute for Water Education’s Master’s in water conflict management trains water professionals needed to improve water cooperation and implementation of integrated water resources management.Students returning to their respective positions after the programme with mediation and negociation skills instrumental in water conflict management and resolution.
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