Knowledge transfer takes place when connections are made, exchange happens between individuals and within networks, and the knowledge is transformed into actions and initiatives. The kini (Malaysian for ‘current’) initiative provides opportunities for water practitioners, stakeholders and researchers throughout Australia and the Asia-Pacific to share experiences and expertise. The kini initiative aims to engage the

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By: Hanh Nyugen – MIWM For the first time in my career, I was working with my colleagues at Thrive Networks/East Meets West on two posters and a presentation at the same time to contribute to the WASH2016 conference in Brisbane occurred on 16-20 May. The WASH2016 belongs to the conference series, managed by the

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World Water Day 2016 “Water and Jobs” At Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center, March 26, 2016   1- Background and Introduction Water is arguably one of the most precious resources of our planet. From 50 to 90 percent of the weight of living organisms, including human being is water. Without water life would be impossible on Earth.

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Whereas water was absent from the New York Summit in September 2014, the Presidency of COP21 on climate was especially requested to make initiatives in this area emerging at COP21. As part of the Lima-Paris Action Plan, Peru, supported by France, is preparing a day on the theme of resilience, with half a day on

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Susana Neto, Jeff Camkin November 2015 Through a methodology framed around building a learning process that departs from the experience and expectations of the participants, the module Water and Agricultural Landscapes (WATR7800) is delivered yearly in Perth as part of the IWC International Master of Integrated Water Management. The main objective is to support the

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Author / Researcher Anthony Kung Diagrams are things; diagramming is a process Many of us within the IWC are familiar with conceptual diagrams that are created at the Integration and Application Network (IAN). IAN is a science communication organisation within the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, USA. It has strong ties to Queensland

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We are happy to share with you this excellent piece of news. On 19 September, two IWC Alumni got married. Miranda and Vincent studied the full-time Master in Integrated Water Management in 2010. From the very first days of the programme, they always had high affinities for each other. This French/Australian couple clearly reflects the

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Series Date Webinar Record Topic Speaker 1 1st Oct How has urban metabolism been interpreted and communicated? Suzanne King Situation Analysis: Faecal Sludge Management in Costa Rican Illegal Settlements Diana Madrigal The evolution of monitoring: using IWRM to link science, monitoring and management to make Integrated Monitoring a reality Amira Pérez 2 5th Oct Improving

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