IWA Basins of the Future Programme Overview
IWA Cities of the Future Programme Overview
IWA Human Resources & Capacity Development Programme Overview
IWA Urban Sanitation Programme Overview
IWA Water, Climate & Energy Programme Overview
IWA Water Supply Services Programme Overview
Tom Williams, Programmes Director (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Camilo Munoz, Programmes Officer (Water Supply Services) (email@example.com)
Jonathan Parkinson, Programmes Coordinator (Urban Sanitation) (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Katharine Cross, Programmes Coordinator (Basins of the Future; Water, Climate & Energy) (email@example.com)
Kirsten de Vette, Programmes Officer (Human Resources & Capacity Development) (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Paul Reiter, Strategic Counsel (Cities of the Future) (email@example.com)
Thematic Programmes provide IWA with a mechanism to respond to global challenges and support progressive agendas for the water and sanitation sector. Programmes are made up of portfolios of projects and activities working towards a common [programme] goal coordinated by members of staff in close cooperation with members and partners. The six thematic programmes of the Association are below.
Focuses on cities and industries and the competing water demands in their river basins centered on the practical reality of managing the nexus of water, food and energy.
Focuses on water security for the world’s cities and how the design of water sensitive cities – and the water management, treatment and delivery systems that serves them – could be harmonised and re-engineered.
Focusses on better understanding the HR capacity gaps to support the realisation of universal access to water and sanitation services and some of the capacity development strategies to bridge them.
Aims to provide members and partners with state-of-the art resource materials and tools for planning, implementation and managing sanitation systems, with particular relevance to towns and cities in lower and middle income countries.
Addresses key questions of how cities and their utilities can achieve urban water – energy neutrality, reduce the urban water – carbon food print and adapt urban water to climate change.
Aims to contribute to improving and maintaining safe water supplies and ensuring present and future demand for domestic water supplies is met through facilitating innovation and promoting best practices in water management.
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