The Water Dialogue, a multi-stakeholders platform for knowledge exchange and collaboration for Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) in Kenya will hold a water dialogue on 10th March 2015 at Strathmore Business School from 2.00 – 4.00 P.M.

This open forum, titled  “Lesson from IWRM Capacity Building Processes within the Kenyan Water Sector Reforms Transition”, invites those working in or concerned with water management with specific focus on water resources, sanitation, water services and disaster risk management.

The water dialogue session is aimed at discussing the impact of capacity development to management of water resources in the transition period of water sector reforms, specifically responds to the question ‘Capacity for What?’ and its link to development goal.;

  • Has capacity building been useful in managing competing demands and improving equity and efficiency in water use and management?
  • How systematic exchange of project experiences, lessons learned, and best practices improved integrated water resources management?
  • How can dissemination mechanisms of the capacity development knowledge be improved to positively impact management of water resources?

See the attached for more information.

The programme will be communicated on a later date

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