Networking Activity

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The twenty third session of the Intergovernmental Council of the International Hydrological Programme of UNESCO

2019-09-17T16:03:44+04:30 11th June, 2018|

Date: 11-15 June 2018

Venue: Paris, France

Organizer: UNESCO- IHP

Participating Countries and Organizations: UNESCO elected by the General Conference of UNESCO

Number of Participations: 36

Number of Female Participations: 12 (34%)

Objectives/Outcomes:

  • Elect the incoming Chairperson and the Vice-Chairpersons;
  • Examine the institutional developments at the Natural Science Sector and the Division of Water Sciences following the 200th, 201st, 202nd, two hundred and third and two hundred and forth sessions of the Executive Board and the 39th session of the General Conference, as well as the governance of IHP
  • Review the progress on the implementation of the eighth phase of IHP (IHP-VIII), including regional perspectives on IHP […]

Meeting: The Fifth governing board of International Centre for Water Resources and Global Change (ICWRGC)

2019-09-17T12:50:10+04:30 30th May, 2018|

Date: 30 May 2018

Venue: Koblenz, Germany

Organizer: ICWRGC

Participating Countries and Organizations: ICWRGC, RCUWM-Tehran, ICWC– Sweden, ERCE– Poland and ICIWaRM

Number of Participations: 20

Number of Female Participations: 4 (20%)

Objectives/Outcomes:

First Meeting of UNESCO’s IHP-VIII Theme 4 Category II Centres and Chairs

2019-09-17T12:50:44+04:30 24th May, 2018|

Date: 24-25 May 2018

Venue: Paris, France

Organizer: UNESCO-IHP

Participating Countries/Organizations: France, Iran, Japan

Number of Participants: 20

Number of Female Participants: 3 (15%)

Objectives/Outcomes:

Co-development and co-production towards achieving the IHP-VIII strategy

Technical Session: Safeguarding Water Resources in Semi-Arid Regions through Integrated Management on the Occasion of Seventh Asian G-WADI Meeting

2019-09-17T14:17:17+04:30 26th November, 2017|

Date: 26-30 November 2017

Venue: Hyderabad, India

Co-organizers: RCUWM–Tehran, NGRI, Asian G-WADI Secretariat, National Institute of Hydrology, IHP Indian National Committee

Participating Countries/Organizations: China, France, Iran, India, Mongolia, Thailand, Uzbekistan

Number of Participants: 45

Number of Female Participants: 16 (35%)

Objectives/Outcomes:

To learn from the working experience in different agro-climatological regions and bring out a revised document embedded with improved and stochastic estimates under Climate Changed scenarios.

Participating in OIC Water Council as one of three Representatives from Asia

2019-09-17T14:47:55+04:30 15th November, 2017|

Date: 15-16 November, 2017 

 Venue: Istanbul, Turkey

Organizer: OIC

Participating Countries/Organizations:  Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, Turkey, and Uganda

Number of Participants: 60

Number of Female Participants:

Objectives/Outcomes:

Preparing a draft of executive proposal for ministerial meeting on these issues:

  • Cooperation in the field of water
  • Risks facing Member State’s water resources,
  • Supplying water security,
  • Impacts of climate change

Technical Visit and Training Workshop: Strom Water Vulnerability Management to Meet Water Security Challenges

2019-09-17T14:12:57+04:30 15th October, 2017|

Date: 15-21 October 2017

Venue: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Co-organizers: RCUWM–Tehran, HTC KL, IWRM, NWWEC

Participating Countries: Iran, Malaysia

Number of Participants: 25

Number of Women Participants: 5 (20%)

Objectives/Outcomes:

  • Signing MoU
  • Negotiations on the future cooperation potential
  • Defining joint projects between RCUWM-Tehran and HTC – Kuala Lumpur
  • Negotiations with local authorities on familiarity, knowledge transferring and new interactions

Visiting water related projects and water facilities

Technical Session: How to Improve Sanitation and Hygiene (Budapest Water Summit)

2019-09-17T15:40:26+04:30 28th November, 2016|

Date: 28 November 2016

Venue: Budapest, Hungary

Co-organizers: RCUWM–Tehran, UNESCO, WHO

Participating Countries/Organizations:  France, Germany, Hungary, Iran, Kenya and USA

Number of Participants: 150

Number of Female Participants: 45 (30%)

Objectives/Outcomes:

Discussion on developing, test innovative and low cost technologies such as water-free sanitation, to be applied in  urban area.

Technical Visit: Water and Wastewater Facilities, Public Relations Network

2019-09-17T15:48:32+04:30 26th September, 2016|

Date: 26 September – 2 October 2016

Venue: Singapore, Malaysia

Co-organizers: NWWECR, CUWM- Tehran

Participating Countries/Organizations: Iran, Singapore

Number of Participants: 21

Number of Female Participants: 4 (19%)

Description:

The managers of the public relations offices of the Urban and Provincial Water and Wastewater Companies visited the water and sewage companies of Singapore in order improve their know-how about modern technologies in the field of water and wastewater industry as well as better knowing popular communication systems.

21 managers of public relations offices in different regions of Tehran City, Alborz, Qazvin, Lorestan, Kashan and Hamedan provinces visited Singapore›s Water and Wastewater Facilities as one of the leading companies in […]

Meeting: Fostering Collaboration between UNESCO in the Field and Networks towards the Agenda 2030

2019-09-17T13:21:50+04:30 21st July, 2016|

Date: 21-24 July 2016

Venue: Bali, Indonesia

Organizer: UNESCO Jakarta Office

Participating Countries/Organizations: UNESCO Natural Sciences Senior Managers, UNESCO Natural Sciences Programme Specialists, MAB National Committees and representatives from BR networks, IHP National committees and Water stakeholders including IFI and IDI, UNESCO Natural Sciences Category 2 Centres and Water Chairs, UNESCO Jakarta Sciences project related partners in the region (JFIT, MFIT, and IFIT)

Number of Participants: 80

Number of Female Participants: 15 (19%)

Objectives/Outcomes:

Discuss and elaborate strategies for fostering dialogue, cooperation, networking and sharing knowledge as well as resources among the UNESCO field offices and its network to support the delivering of the Agenda 2030 and its […]

Second Meeting: UNESCO World’s Large Rivers Initiative (WLRI) Working Group

2019-09-17T15:22:50+04:30 27th June, 2016|

Date: 27-28 June 2016

Venue: Vienna, Austria

Organizer: University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences of Vienna

Participating Countries/Organizations: River Experts from all over the world

Number of Participations: 30

Number of Female Participations: 15 (50%)

Objectives/Outcomes:

  • To create the knowledge base required for a holistic scientific assessment of the state of the World Large Rivers (WLRs)
  • To promote their integrated and sustainable management
  • To analyze the current state and the future development of the WLRs
  • To establish a platform to build, facilitate and harvest hydrological science synergies between countries and to provide education and training at technical and tertiary level
  • To develop innovative strategies for the […]