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March 2017 Newsletter

Training on Integrated Urban Water Management in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
 
Workshop on Gender Considerations in Integrated Water Resources Management in Dhaka, Bangladesh
 
Launch of the Citizen’s Water Policy by Hisaar Foundation and Cap-Net Pakistan
 
10 Days Left to Apply to Online Course on Indigenous People and IWRM
 
TheWaterChannel Video of the Month

Training on Integrated Urban Water Management in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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Upcoming Workshop on Gender Considerations in Integrated Water Resources Management in Dhaka, Bangladesh

A national level workshop on “Gender considerations in Integrated Water Resources Management” will be arranged in Dhaka, Bangladesh from 12th to 13th April 2017. The workshop aims to strengthen capacity for gender sensitivity in integrated water resources management among water manager, policy makers and other relevant sectors.

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Presentation of the Citizen’s Water Policy by Hisaar Foundation and Cap-Net Pakistan

Hisaar Foundation, host of Cap-Net Pakistan, continued on its mission of disseminating the “Recommendations for Pakistan’s National Water Policy Framework”, which is now being recognized as the “Citizen’s Water Policy.” The new water policy was presented on the Pakistan Economic Forum on February 23rd.

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10 Days Left to Apply to the Online Course on Indigenous People and IWRM

There is now 10 days left to apply to the online course on Indigenous People and IWRM. The course will run from April 17th to June 10th on the Cap-Net Virtual Campus and will focus on how to best integrate traditional knowledge into policies and practices in IWRM.

The course is free, open for a maximum of 40 participants from the entire water sector, and successful participants will receive certificates by the end of the course. 

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TheWaterChannel Video of The Month

Gender and Water Alliance

To celebrate International Women's Day, we highlight the importance of taking a gender sensitive approach for sustainable water management. The mission of the Gender and Water Alliance (GWA) is to promote women’s and men’s equitable access to and management of safe and adequate water, for domestic supply, sanitation, food security and environmental sustainability. GWA believes that equitable access to and control over water is a basic right for all, as well as a critical factor in promoting poverty eradication and sustainability.

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