- ICIWaRM Subject Matter Experts Lead Shared Vision Planning Process in Tisza River Basin (4 December 2017)
- ICIWaRM Leads Collaborative Model Verification and Development Workshop for the Mekong River Commission (20 November 2017)
- Water Cooperation and Diplomacy Degree Master’s Program Marks First Graduation Day (10 November 2017)
- ICIWaRM-US State Dept. Agreement signed for Strengthening water COoperation for REgional Security (SCORES) 20 October 2017
- ICIWaRM Conducts Collaborative Risk-Informed Decision Analysis (CRIDA) Technical Exchange at Asian Institute of Technology (1 October 2017)
- ICIWaRM Participates in Meeting of IHP National Committees, Centers, Chairs and Programs for Latin America and the Caribbean (20 September 2017)
- African-Flood-and-Drought-Monitor finds Applications in Health, Epidemiology and Migration studies (31 August 2017)
- Mekong River Commission Joint Committee Workshop on Building Capacity in Shared Vision Planning and Negotiation (30 July 2017)
- ICIWaRM Co-organizes Technical Workshop on Climate Change Risk, Vulnerability Assessment and Early Warning for Africa (30 June 2017)
The International Center for Integrated Water Resources Management (ICIWaRM) is a UNESCO Category 2 water center headquartered at the U.S. Army Engineer Institute for Water Resources (IWR) in Alexandria, Virginia, USA. “Category 2” centers are provided for and funded by the host nation, but are under the auspices of UNESCO. ICIWaRM was officially created by an agreement between the U.S. Government and UNESCO in October 2009.
ICIWaRM is a consortium of U.S. Government agencies, university departments, and non-governmental organizations committed to working together in support of the strategic program objectives of UNESCO’s International Hydrological Programme (IHP). ICIWaRM works closely with the U.S. National Commission for UNESCO, the U.S. National Committee for the IHP, and category 2 centres in other nations around the world.
The overall mission of ICIWaRM is the advancement of the science and practice of integrated water resources management (IWRM) to address water security and other water-related challenges by regional and global action, through new knowledge, innovative technologies, collaborative interdisciplinary scientific research, networking, training and capacity development. It focuses on readily transferable, practical science and technology.
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