management, nature protection, sanitary and epidemiology, economy sectors as well as local administration and
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Kyrgyzstan (NPD) took place on 13 March 2013. The UNECE-led event was hosted by the Department of Water Management
and Melioration of the Ministry of Agriculture and Melioration of Ky...\/k"+"l>
ASHGABAT – This week (14-18 January 2013) Introductory Meetings on Climate and Flow Prediction in Small River Basins of Central Asia have taken place in the framework of the EU-funded action “Water Management and Basin Organisations in Central Asia (WMBOCA)”, implemented by programme of Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH.
Nominated experts from Turkmen and Kyrgyz partner water management organisations, German scientists from University of Wuerzburg and representatives of the GIZ Transboundary Water Management in Central Asia Pro- gramme have discussed theoretical approach and practical solutions on climate change and flow prediction in Central Asia, namely, in Isfara and Murgab river basins.
Projection of air temperature, precipitation and available ...
During the meeting representatives of state agencies, international organisations, national and international experts discussed issues of rational and effective use of the water resources.
Professionals in the spheres of water management and nature protection working in Mary velayat will get training on data base, geographic information systems (GIS) and earth remote sensing (satellite images).
The training will be conducted by highly qualified specialists of the Scientific-Information Center of the Interstate Coordination Water Commission of the Central Asia (SIC ICWC).
Purpose and context of the Review
The underlying mid-term review report is based on an assessment of the pro- gramme ́s status from the point of view of its perceived impacts. The review ́s ap- proach was primarily learning oriented and designed to support reflection within the programme team.
The review did not only take a close look at the German contribution, but also at the activities occurring in partner organizations (like UNECE) and target groups. Although numerous national representatives and experts of partner organizations have been involved in the review, it still remains a self-assessment more than an external feedback as to its character.
The main purpose of this evaluation, hence, was to improve future programme activities through reflection of lessons learned...