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.
The CAWEP Central Asia Knowledge Network (CA KN) organized and delivered a two-part online training course on Gender and Social Inclusion (GESI) in Transboundary Waters on March 2 and 3, 2022, as part of its efforts to raise awareness, promote and […]
WWWeek will take place virtually from August 23-27 under the theme of Building Resilience Faster, addressing issues such as the climate crisis, water scarcity, food security, health, biodiversity, and impacts of the […]
WELCOME TO 2050: Water utilities are providing exceptional service to everyone and they are able to withstand whatever comes their way. That’s the ideal scenario in the future, right? Well, by joining the now launched World Bank’s Utility […]