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Accelerating Innovation and Digitalization in Asia and the Pacific

by IH2O Asia

Training

Led by Imagine H2O Asia and the Asian Development Bank (ADB), the Accelerating Innovation and Digitalization in Asia and the Pacific (AID) program—encompassing training, solution matching and testing support, and knowledge sharing—aims to address these obstacles and create opportunities to improve water projects in ADB's developing member countries (DMCs) through innovation and digital transformation.

Australia Learning Week - Digital Technologies for Climate-Resilient Water Sector

by ADB, Australia Water Partnership and Grifith University

Training

This online course will build the capacity of ADB staff and ADB developing member country project teams in the knowledge and use of digital technologies to improve water management and inclusive participation in decision making, in turn contributing to water security and climate change resilience.

Climate Action and Support Transparency Training Adaptation Academy

by UNFCCC

Training

The CASTT Adaptation Academy aims to enhance the ability of developing countries to conduct vulnerability and adaptation assessments, prepare and report, in timely manner, information resulting from such assessments and the implementation of national adaptation actions, including their Nationally Determined Contributions  for their national communications, biennial update reports, and biennial transparency reports under the measurement, reporting and verification (MRV) arrangements of the Convention and the Enhanced Transparency Framework (ETF) of the Paris Agreement.

Increasing Livability: An Introduction to Smart Cities

by ADB and ASEAN Australia Smart Cities Trust Fund (AASCTF)

Training

This free online course is ASEAN Australia Smart Cities Trust Fund's (AASCTF)  first-ever e-learning course, which aims to catalyze people-centric smart city transformation while anchored on the Smart City Analytical Framework of the Asian Development Bank (ADB). Through this course, learn how the holistic application of smart strategies and digital solutions can lead to practical, well-planned investments, and thriving cities for all. The course is specially designed for city planners and officials in Asia and the Pacific. It is also relevant for other professionals engaged in urban services, development partners, researchers and students, and others who are interested in applying smart solutions and pursuing people-centered smart city development.

Resilience and Decarbonization: Capacity Building and Roadmap Preparation for Water Utilities

by ADB, Deltares, Globalfields

Training

This training course is a collaboration of the Asian Development Bank (ADB), Deltares, Dr. Craig Hart of Johns Hopkins University, and Andreas Biermann of Globalfields.

Water Planning and Gender Perspectives in Asia and the Pacific

by ADB and UNESCO WWAP

Training

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

by World Bank

Training

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

by ADB and UNESCO

Training

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.