The project ‘Potential Role of the Transboundary Ramotswa Aquifer’ (RAMOTSWA project) focusses on one of the most important shared aquifers in the Limpopo Basin: The Ramotswa Aquifer which is shared between Botswana and South Africa. The project aims to develop a scientifically informed, integrated and participatory strategy to support equitable access to water and balancing urban and rural needs with ecosystem requirements under increased pressures on the already limited water resources: Increase in population and development, pollution of groundwater and a changing climate.
Training of European Scientists with potentials to achieve impact globally on the topic.
Publication "THE HUMAN RIGHTS TO WATER AND SANITATION an annotated selection of international and regional law and mechanisms". A reference guide for regional standards.
A Social Audit Manual has been developed to enhance water integrity in the management of water resources at local level In El Salvador
During 2017, IOM provided access to hygiene and sanitation services to over 1.5 million of people. Out of those, over 500,000 people were provided with access to latrines.
Action programme on strengthening social dialogue in utilities; Governance of Water and Sanitation.
The IAEA works with Member States to adapt and apply isotope techniques to the needs of each country. From technical advice and analysis to capacity building and expert services, the Water Resources Programme is ready to support Member States in addressing their water resource management issues. While helping to test and adapt various techniques under a variety of hydrogeological conditions, the experts from the Water Resources Programme strive to develop the scientific approaches through applied research.