Knowledge is a key for sustaining current and enhancing future development of societies. Currently, development is based on knowledge and resilience, and is measured by knowledge adaptation capacities of the communities. Central Asian states have a great potential to become knowledge-based societies.
Dear colleagues! Kazakh-German University in Almaty and the Central Asian Journal of Water Research (CAJWR) invite you to participate in the sixth online conference “Women and water governance at local, national and transboundary level”, which will […]
The coronavirus pandemic and the associated transition to distance learning pose new challenges for teachers, including how to effectively evaluate students’ knowledge online. Dr Vitaly Nagornov, Senior Researcher, Moscow State Institute of […]
Dear colleagues! We present a Review of water-related academic and research capacity in Central Asian countries. This Review is based on the analysis of national reports conducted by the experts from Central Asian countries, as well as on the […]