Objetivo: profundizar, priorizar, y consensuar las necesidades de capacitación de los Puntos Focales.  Compatibilizar las demandas de los sectores gubernamentales con las capacidades instaladas en la región. Definir las actividades a desarrollar a nivel nacional que contribuyan al desarrollo del sector del agua en América Latina.

Participantes:

                Sector gubernamental: Puntos focales de los países que elevaron propuestas: ocho (8)

El objetivo de la reunión-Taller es socializar y analizar complementariedades entre representantes de RALCEA, PHI-LAC e IAI en torno al eje temático "Variabilidad y Propiedades de Frecuencia de los Componentes del Balance Hídrico en América Latina + Cuba" ejecutado por RALCEA-CAZALAC.

RALCEA
Santiago, Chile, 11 al 13 de Marzo de 2013
AGENDA PRELIMINAR
Lugar:
Hotel Los Españoles
Los Españoles 2539 Providencia Santiago de Chile Fono: (56 - 2) 2232 1824 Fax: (56 - 2) 2233 1048
 

 Dear participants,

This event is organised in the framework of the European Commission (EC) support project to the African Union/NEPAD Networks of Water Centres of Excellence implemented by the EC Joint Research Centre (JRC).

 

This workshop is the first of a series of three workshops to be held in 2013 in Western Africa tentatively:

1.      Abuja, Nigeria - February 11 – 15, 2013

2.      Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso - April 1 – 5, 2013

3.      Dakar, Senegal, June 3 – 7, 2013

 

 

 

 

 

Through its global network of Centres of Excellence in Water Science and Technology, this JRC event (funded by DG EUROPEAID) aimed at exchanging and disseminating good practises in water resources management among experts from Africa (African Union/NEPAD Networks of Water Centres of Excellence), Latin America (RALCEA), China (EU-China plateform) and Europe (JRC and other European experts).

 

 

Water Week Latinoamérica proporciona una plataforma única para el intercambio de experiencias y prácticas entre las comunidades científica, empresarial, política y cívica.

Se centra en un nuevo pensamiento y la acción positiva hacia los retos relacionados con el agua y su impacto

sobre el medio ambiente, salud, clima, economía y comunidad.

 

Temario:

 

- Water and Industry

· Water and Food Security

· Water supply and sanitation

· Water Governance - LA and Chile

· New Water supply

As part of the task on Knowledge Management of a European Commission project, honours-level students of the University of the Western Cape from Cape Town evaluated the Aquaknow.net Content Management System. By systematically completing a survey questionnaire, user-experiences were recorded as part of the evaluation.

 

The Latin American and Caribbean Environmental Economics Program (LACEEP) is organizing its VI Environmental and Resource Economics Training Course, titled “Water and Climate Change” which will be carried out at CATIE’s headquarters in Turrialba, Costa Rica from July 23 to August 3, 2012.

 

The course will examine the economics of climate change impacts and adaption with respect to a variety of water resources planning and policy issues, including the following:

 

1. Water resources infrastructure investment decisions;

Aquaknow evaluation at the University of the Western Cape

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