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Information on the NARBO
7th Integrated Water Resources Management Training
in Thulhiriya, Sri Lanka

(2 – 9 November, 2012)

We are glad to announce that NARBO secretariat will conduct 7th Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) Training.

 

We conduct this Training in Thulhiriya, Sri Lanka in collaboration with the Mahaweli Authority of Sri Lanka and the Ministry of Irrigation and Water Resources Management from 2nd to 9th November, 2012.

Theme of this Training is “Solutions to Water Sector Issues through IWRM – the Mahaweli River Basin Experience”.

 

In this Training, we entrusted Dr. Slamet Budi Prayitno and Dr. Tue Kell Nielsen to serve as course directors and we could create very useful and practical program by using the IWRM Guidelines which was officially introduced at the 5th World Water Forum in Istanbul, March 2009.

Moreover, we deal with the Mahaweli river basin as a case study. In this river basin, there are many attractive materials for IWRM such as cascade system, facilities for irrigation, hydropower, fishery industry, land use etc.

 

We have many lectures by specialist from Asian countries and have opportunities of group discussions for enhancing the network among the participants and lecturers.

We believe that participants will be able to find out ideal investment roadmap for each river basin and improve IWRM in their river basin.

Please see the attachment files.

Announcement

2nd Announcement 7th NARBO Training.pdf (521KB)

1st Announcement 7th NARBO Training.pdf (55KB)

Applications

PDF Ver. Application form.pdf (396KB)

WORD Ver. Application form.doc (177KB)

Application for

Please notice deadline of application is 30 September 12 October 2012 (postponed)

Fomrmat of Poster

Successful applicants need to make and bring a poster to the training, which describes the top IWRM challenges and keys for success in implementing IWRM in your river basin.
The format of poster is below.

(powerpoint document 249KB)