Keys for Success with Integrated Water Resources Management
The International WaterCentre was commissioned by the Network of Asian River Basin Organizations (NARBO) to deliver a training workshop based on the Vu Gia -Thu Bon river basin in Viet Nam during February 2009.
Project Category: Education & Training
Key Areas of Work: Catchment management,Integrated Water Resource Management,Environmental quality,Water quality
Project Date: Feb 08, 2009
The IWC was engaged to deliver the Network of Asian River Basin Organisations (NARBO) 5th Integrated Water Resource Management training program entitled ‘Keys for Success with Integrated Water Resources Management’ for the river basin associations in Asia.
Participants were facilitators, government policy-makers, research scientists and staff from River Basin Organisation (RBO) funding groups.
The program used problem-based learning activities and group discussions to define keys to success in integrated water resources management of river basins.
Participants heard presentations from internationally recognised experts from Asia and undertook study trips to the Vu Gia-Thu Bon River Basin with local integrated water resources management practitioners. The program’s participatory, trans-disciplinary approach developed the capacity of participants in understanding and implementing integrated water resources management in their respective river basins.
The program used a participatory, trans-disciplinary approach to develop the capacity of participants in understanding and implementing integrated water resources management in their respective river basins.