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NEPAD African Water Centres of Excellence in Western and Southern Africa

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The European Commission with an innovative approach supports the Nepad Centres of Excellence in water fostering the south to south cooperation and supporting them as the key knowledge actors for the development of the water sector.

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Combine-Cycle Gas Plant: Reduction of the consumption of natural water ressources

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Global project of reduction of water consumption in a combine-cycle gas plant, by 3 means:

- reduction of all our consumptions:  Educate people to operate with the best standards (to get zero leakage)

- use of the rain wate: collect of the rain-water and re-use it throw a specific turbin grip and pomping station.

- re-use all the process water in the process (project in partnership with the university of Rio de Janeiro)

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Water Without Borders collaborative graduate programme in water, environment and health

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The Water Without Borders programme (WWB) is a collaborative graduate programme in water, environment and health between the United Nations University – Institute for Water, Environment and Health (UNU-INWEH) and McMaster University. It addresses issues of water without borders, either geopolitical or disciplinary. This innovative, collaborative graduate programme is the only one of its kind in North America.  It links the rigour of a traditional university graduate program with the policy training and experience of an international centre of excellence focused on the global water crisis. 

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