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9 March 2015 to 13 March 2015
in Dubrovnik (Croatia)
Organised byTurin School of Local Regulation & Florence School of Regulation

A 5-day course to analyze economic regulation of public services from
different perspectives. 

From18 February 2015
in (Belgium)
Organised byEngineering for Change

Many well-intentioned people are working to make water flow in the homes of more than half of the world’s population that do not have it. But on average, 40% of rural water systems in developing countries stop working a few years after they are built. Billions of dollars in aid money have been thrown at the problem, but recent maps of water systems in several countries shows that they continue to break down. In this webinar, we will focus on the one of the common reasons that rural water systems in developing countries do not function as expected: the lack of preventive maintenance.

17 September 2018 to 21 September 2018
in (Ethiopia)
Organised byAcademy for International Cooperation (AIZ)


The training addresses the need of advisers and experts involved in rural development and natural resource management with the intention to better understand agro-pastoral livelihood systems as an integral part of a holistic approach to food and nutritional security.

From31 August 2016
in Stockholm (Sweden)
Organised byCo-convened by European Commission and SIWI

The Seminar is organised as the annual Multistakeholder Forum of the EU Water
Initiative (EUWI), and constitutes a contribution to the 2016 'EU Year of
Development'. The Seminar will present and discuss the new initiatives being
launched and developed in the different partnerships established in the EUWI
framework, enhancing the role of water as a driver for sustainable

From20 January 2015
in Zurich (Switzerland)
Organised byGlobal Opportunity Network, the UN Global Compact and Monday Morning Global Institute

There is an opportunity in every risk.

From20 May 2015
in (Belgium)
Organised byE4C

Manual drilling is here to stay, and it is growing. There has been a
tremendous upsurge in the use of groundwater for drinking water supplies in
Africa over the last ten years. Recent estimates suggest that the number of
people on the continent relying on borehole with handpump or on hand dug
wells has doubled from 75 to 150 million in the past ten years. This webinar
will examine some of the main concerns about the spread of the technology,
drawing particularly on lessons from Nigeria and Chad.

From3 February 2016
in (Belgium)
Organised byKapuncinski Development Lectures

Water is critical to nearly all of the Sustainable Development Goals, yet
research suggests that we have already surpassed our limit for freshwater
consumption. What’s the way forward? Come or watch online the lecture with
the ‘Water Man of India’ - Rajendra Singh on February 3rd at 16:00 CET. [1]


29 May 2013 to 31 May 2013
in Delft (Netherlands)
Organised byUNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education

In the face of rising challenges for, and mixed experiences with, water
sector capacity development, the 5th Delft Symposium will address: */Who is
taking the lead/*/in k//nowledge and capacity development// across sectors,
disciplines and other boundaries so it can be //leveraged //to //become
more effective and efficient//?/

/For more information visit:

6 October 2014 to 17 October 2014
in Turin (Italy)
Organised byPAGE UN partners i.e. UNEP, ILO, UNIDO, UNITAR and UNDP

The ILO, UNEP, UNIDO, UNITAR, and UNDP are very pleased to announce the
upcoming first *global Academy on the Green Economy*, an inter-regional
learning and knowledge sharing event to support countries’ transition
towards inclusive, resource and energy efficient, greener economies.
Hosted by the International Training Centre of the International Labour
Organisation (ITC-ILO) from 6 to 17 October 2014 in Turin, Italy, the Academy
is organized within the framework of the *Partnership for Action on Green
Economy (PAGE)*.

28 August 2016 to 2 September 2016
Organised byUN Environment, UN Water