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Survey (UNESCO – PCCP) on transboundary water experts & institutions

May 28th, 2009 |

The PCCP (from Potential Conflict to Cooperation Potential: www.unesco.org/water/wwap/pccp), UNESCO’s programme on water conflicts and cooperation, is creating a database of experts and institutions involved in transboundary water issues. The database will indeed include experts, organizations and university programs as well as training courses from all over the world, which deal with transboundary water problems.

The database will serve as a “clearinghouse” of information related to transboundary waters. Through this database, anyone will be able to have a quick access to the profile and field of competence of experts, and institutions that have something to offer in the field of transboundary waters.

If you are interested in being part of this database, please fill in this form with your name and details and send us your CV. In the category of experts, you could also add the name and details of other experts if you think they should be contacted. Kindly also take a moment to suggest institutions and university programmes or courses which you think should be included in this database.

Due to the number of applications and suggestions we expect to receive, the PCCP can only guarantee that the best references will be retained.

The deadline to send the form is 30 June.

For more information please get in contact with Dr. Abdulrasul Kayumov at a.kayumov@unesco.org.





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