IIASA offers a summer program for PhD students to undertake a scientific project on a topic related to the IIASA research agenda. Applications to the 2023 program will open 6 October 2022 (12 PM CEST) and run until 12 January 2023 (midnight CEST). Two letters of reference are required (to be received by latest 24 hrs past application deadline).
The International Water Resources Association (IWRA) is pleased to announce that the call for applications is now open for the World Water Envoys Programme. The selected representatives will have the opportunity to showcase the difficult water issues they and their communities face, and the solutions they are exploring when it comes to balancing water needs of humans and nature during the XVIII World Water Congress in Beijing, China, September 11-15, 2023.
The deadline for the first session is 9 October 2011 and the deadline for the second session is 29 January 2012
IHE Indonesia/CKNet-Ina received a grant from the DGIS - UNESCO-IHE Programmatic Cooperation Fund and CapNet/UNDP for the development of an Educational Module on Integrated Flood Management Part II. The module aims to increase awareness and understanding of flood managers and decision makers by providing the concept of Integrated Flood Management, particularly non-structural measures, probabilistic design and flood disaster management.
There's a new Funding Opportunity: Partnerships for Enhanced Engagement in Research (PEER) Program.The PEER program now accepting proposals from developing country researchers interested in collaborating with their U.S. counterparts. Deadline is November 30, 2011.
This special issue seeks to explore the opportunities and hazards brought by this growing private sector interest in water policy and the dazzling array of new tools for water management which accompanies it. It responds to an absence of rigorous questioning and transparency, to open the range of bilateral and multilateral corporate initiatives, public-private and private-NGO partnerships to greater scrutiny and debate.
Call Module development::Hydraulic Structures and Capacity Building Need Assessment for CKNet-INA Member
The Network Secretariat is preparing a proposal for two small projects from the Unesco IHE;
- Training module development of Hydraulic Structure Design, following a fundamental approach, including Probabalistic Design Methodologies; and
- Capacity Building Needs Assessment Tools/instrument for use to identify capacity gaps and decide upon the method of capacity building strategies.
Deadline for the submission is 15 July 2011, 17.00 WIB
UNDP Cap-Net is inviting proposals for a Network Attachment to assist with Monitoring and Evaluation. The network may solicit and support more than one attachment application but one will be selected based on the TORs. Final decisions will be made after consultation with the network managers and a telephone interview with the candidate. This is a good opportunity for young professionals within your network to learn, become more active and visible, and open up opportunities for collaboration with other networks. It would be appreciate to receive proposals not later than 14 July.
Duty station: Pretoria, South Africa
Compensation:US$ 1,200 per month, accommodation and insurance coverage
Duration and timing:3 months to be served between August and November 2011
Checklist for applications: CV ,Motivation letter,Work plan,addressing network priorities,
Support letter from a network manager
Application deadline:14 July 2011
Royal Haskoning Consultants has requested CKNet Secretariat to look for interested CKNet members who would like to participate in a pilot project on Modified Upflow Anaerobic Sludge reactor (mUASB). Details are provided in the attachment.