The UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education is established in 2003. It carries out research, education and capacity building activities in the fields of water, environment and infrastructure. UNESCO-IHE continues the work that began in 1957 when IHE first offered a postgraduate diploma course in hydraulic engineering to practising professionals from developing countries.
UNESCO-IHE Research Projects
The research aims at increasing access to safe, sufficient and affordable water for people. It is trans-disciplinary, holistic and applied, and is positioned mainly within an urban and peri-urban context.
The research carried out by UNESCO-IHE aims at increasing access to safe, sufficient and affordable water for people. It is trans-disciplinary, holistic and applied, and is positioned mainly within an urban and peri-urban context, including centralised and decentralised approaches, advanced and […]
Stimulating local innovation on sanitation for the urban poor in Sub‐Saharan Africa and South‐East Asia
Postgraduate research projects iin the fields of smart sanitation provision for slums, emergency sanitation, resource oriented decentralized sanitation, low cost wastewater collection and treatment, faecal sludge management
Duration: 2011 - 2016
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