Capacity Development for Improved Water Management

 
 
CRC Press
  • erschienen am 30. April 2019
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  • 408 Seiten
 
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This collection of papers explains how knowledge and capacity development can contribute to improved, effective water management with a digest of lessons learned in the areas of development of tools and techniques, field applications and evaluation. The authors are prominent practitioners, capacity builders and academics within the water and capacity development sectors. Capacity Development for Improved Water Management starts with an introduction and overview of progress and challenges in knowledge and capacity development in the water sector. The next part presents tools and techniques that are being used in knowledge and capacity development in response to the prevailing challenges in the water sector, and a review of experience with capacity change in other sectors. In the third part a number of cases are presented that cover knowledge and capacity development experiences in the water resources and water services sectors. This part also presents experiences on water education for children and on developing gender equity. The fourth part provides experiences with the monitoring and evaluation of knowledge and capacity building.

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978-1-136-95441-2 (9781136954412)
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Guy Alaerts
is lead water resources specialist at the World Bank, and professor of knowledge and
capacity building at UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education. He is involved in
research on knowledge and capacity development of public water management
organisations, and is working on large-scale water sector reform processes in Asia and
South Eastern Europe.
Maarten Blokland
is an Associate Professor in Water Services Management at UNESCO-IHE Institute
for Water Education, a position he took up again in 2007, after working fulltime as the
Institute's Deputy Director and Acting Director from August 2002 to October 2007.
He has worked in the water supply and sanitation sector since 1975, and worked in
more than 25 developing and newly industrialized countries.
Matt Hare
is senior programme officer at the UN-Water Decade Programme on Capacity
Development (UNW-DPC), in Bonn, Germany. His specializes in the areas of
curriculum development and training-of-trainers programmes, and on the themes of
participatory integrated water resources management and adaptation to climate change.
Judith Kaspersma
is working on her PhD research in knowledge and capacity development at UNESCOIHE
Institute for Water Education. She has been previously involved
in consultancy activities in the field of institutional and organisational development of
public organisations in the water sector in Asia and the Middle East.

Foreword Setting the Scene Progress and Challenges in Knowledge and Capacity Development Tools and techniques E-learning for Capacity Development Learning Systems for Adaptive Water Management: Experiences with the Development of Opencourseware and Training of Trainers Bridging the Knowledge Gap: The Value of Knowledge Networks Knowledge Management at the Community Level in Colombia Developing Capacity for Conflict Resolution Applied to Water Issues Capacity Change and Performance: Insights and Implications for Development Cooperation European Centre for Development Policy Management (ECDPM) Areas of Application Capacity Challenges in the Indonesian Water Resources Sector Institutional Capacity Development of Water Resources Management in Iran Practical Approaches and Lessons for Capacity Building: A Case of the National Water and Sewerage Corporation, Uganda Lessons Learned from Capacity-Building Approaches in the Un-habitat Water for African Cities Programme Water Education: Bridging Divides for Future Generations An Overview of Capacity Building on Gender Equity in the Water Sector Knowledge and Capacity Development at River Basin Level Evaluation and Indicators The Role of Education in Capacity Development Capacity Development in Africa: Lessons of the Past Decade Capacity Enhancement Indicators - A Review of Literature Subject Index

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