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Workers involvement

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Workers are too often ignored as stakeholders in decision making processes. But in the end they are the ones that should do the job to provide water services. It is also clear that there is a tremendous source of knowledge among the workers within all the water operators. This knowledge should be used and workers need to be involved to get their commitment or increase their commitment to do the job. That is what workers want to do: to provide a good service to the people. This cannot be imposed top-down by government or management. Workers are a major stakeholder and therefore must be involved in all stage of decision making and in all stages of service provision.

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KIM-UNU; Knowledge, Integration and Management Platform developed by the United Nations University and being shared with the World

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KIM-UNU, “Knowledge Integration and Management – United Nations University” is the name of the technology platform developed by UNU-INWEH in partnership with the Centre for Community Mapping (COMAP) The platform is broadly divided into 3 integrated components;

1) A relational database for document, map, photo, video, and spatial information upload combined with a powerful database management system to locate and extract the information;

2) A suite of leaning and communication tools to both facilitate live interaction between users and capture and save imparted knowledge back into the system, and;

3) A user-friendly web portal.

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Improved international transfer of flood risk concepts, methods and technologies

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This solution is about improving the effectiveness of international collaboration projects that are designed for the purpose of reducing water-related risks by means of transferring knowledge (embedded in concepts, methods and technologies). The solution consists of six process indicators that should guide the design and implementation of such projects.

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SARAR: Self-esteem / Associative strengths / Resourcefulness / Action planning / Responsibility

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Our solution is the incorporation of the SARAR Participatory Education Methodology into the training of human resources and the promotion and structuring of community-based programs. The development of human resources is at the core of sustainable development. People and communities that are empowered with the necessary knowledge and skills will be the architects of their own development and be able to confront a diverse set of challenges in a rapidly changing social, economic and environmental landscape.

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