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Multi-scale integrated river basin management program

by Australian Consortium led by Griffith University's International WaterCentre


Ten large Asian river basins (the Amu Darya, Indus, Tarim, Ganges, Brahmaputra, Irrawaddy, Salween, Mekong, Yangtze, and Yellow) originate in the Hindu Kush Himalayas (HKH) region. They supply water to more than 1.3 billion people, a fifth of the world’s population, providing the means for food and energy production, livelihoods and a range of other crucial social and environmental services.

There is a need for Integrated River Basin Management (IRBM) in the HKH basins. Building on previous training and the Resource Book developed by ICIMOD (International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development), this training program seeks to support individuals from across the HKH region, situated in Government and Non-Government roles, to build their understanding of IRBM and their capacity to positively influence RBM in their work.

Strengthening Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Systems in Asia and the Pacific


The training will support ADB’s executing and implementing agencies and staff to understand, apply and scale up WASH system strengthening towards ensuring sustainable WASH services for everyone.

Water Planning and Gender Perspectives in Asia and the Pacific



ADB and UNESCO World Water Program will develop a course designed for representatives from ADB developing member country government agencies, water utilities, and ADB staff to integrate gender perspectives into the water planning and management sectors, including the development and use of gender-disaggregated data on WASH and climate. Participants will also receive training on the UNESCO WWAP Toolkit on Water and Gender. More information coming in Q4 2022. 

Water Works: Activating Heritage for Sustainable Development

by Delft University of Technology


Explore water systems and apply the UNESCO Historic Urban Landscape (HUL) approach for tackling the environmental challenges of today. In this course, you will learn how to identify the spatial, social and cultural aspects of water heritage in your environment. You will investigate real situations, assess specific issues and evaluate the impact of potential measures, following existing expertise on water heritage and water management traditions as a model for your own practice.

Water, Women and Jobs: Breaking Barriers to Female Employment in Water (Self-Paced)

by World Bank


This online course guides participants through the steps of identifying barriers that prevent women from participating and advancing their careers in the water sector and equips them with approaches and tools to address those very barriers.

WWAP Toolkit on the Collection of Sex-Disaggregated Water Data



ADB and the UNESCO World Water Assessment Program (WWAP) are offering online technical trainings to select countries and partners to strengthen the capacity of water users and policy makers to integrate gender equality and inclusion in planning and operations.