A collaborative initiative between Water Future and the UNU Institute for Water, Environment and Health (UNU-INWEH), ‘2030 WaterSecure’ is an innovative vision to build and develop capacity of stakeholders in realising the water security agenda and to tackle the 21st-century water challenges.
Uniting state-of-the-art data and knowledge with current, tailored communication methods and tools, 2030WaterSecure is set to develop the capacity of young water professionals to transform them as champions addressing the science-policy interactions in the water sector. This initiative will mentor the next generation of water experts and practitioners — who in turn, can lead the planning, adoption, and implementation of reforms towards a sustainable future.
2030WaterSecure will closely link with the ‘Water Security and Nexus‘ project, a global initiative that supports decision makers and the development community in applying the water security agenda. It will also collaborate with UN-Water Learning Centre, an e-learning platform that trains and builds knowledge and skills of professionals in developing countries, executed via a regional network of training institutions and universities.
For more information, see the news story on the UNU-INWEH website.