Women have a major role in water management and conservation, but are often excluded from the effort, a minister says. Women could help conserve, recycle and save water during shortages in Indonesia, said Women’s Empowerment and Child Protection Minister Linda Amalia Sari Gumelar at a water conservation workshop in Jakarta on Wednesday.
The Singapore International Water Week is the global platform that brings policymakers, industry leaders, experts and practitioners together to address challenges, showcase technologies, discover opportunities and celebrate achievements in the water world.
Singapore International Water Week 2010, aptly themed Sustainable Cities: Clean and Affordable Water, will focus on the need for efficiency in our water solutions to address water problems in the region amidst a constantly changing environment.
This award recognises professionals under the age of 35, who are either water sector practitioners or from research/academia and havehad both outstanding career achievement to date and the potential to play a large and influential role in the water industry in the future.
Agenda : March 12, 2010
Venue : Ciputra Semarang
Agenda : November 16-20 2009
Venue : PJT 1 Selorejo Malang
Agenda : July 27-30, 2009
Venue : Jakarta
Agenda : December 2008-November 2009
Venue : Team Modul Development
Agenda : June 15-19 2009
Venue : Bandung