Preparation of guidance material on operational hydrology aspects, such as: flood forecasting, flood risk mapping, stream gauging. See http://www.wmo.int/pages/prog/hwrp/manuals.php for more information
In the three Peruvian regions, 69 native communities have joined the initiative, working together with the Ministry of Agriculture and regional governments to protect more than 300,000 hectares of forest (WRM). Through this work, Peru is contributing to the world’s fight against climate change by helping to prevent deforestation, whilst at the same time fulfilling its commitments to promoting and protecting the collective rights of indigenous populations.
IHE's Master and short courses target professionals across the globe (especially from the South) and cover disciplines that cut across the full SDG 6 spectrum.
Enhance the regional governance arrangements for the protection of the marine environment CLME
IOM provides safe water in line with relevant quality standards. Interventions include rehabilitation of existing water infrastructure and installation of new water treatment and supply systems. IOM strives to promote sustainability of WASH interventions through strengthening governance structures to ensure long term functionality of water systems. In the past three years, 45% of the total beneficiaries from IOM WASH interventions (over 5 million individuals) were provided with access to safe water.
As the negative impacts of climate change are manifesting themselves globally, many people are progressively affected by water-related disasters such as flooding and drought. During such emergencies, IOM is committed to provide life-saving assistance aimed at ensuring safe access to basic WASH services. In addition to a timely intervention, IOM strives to establish the best mechanisms for crisis preparedness, guaranteeing that emergency supplies as well as surge capacity are available for an effective response.
Implementation of the Expanded Public Works Programmes in the Limpopo Province, South Africa through the Limpopo Department of Public Works
Co-development of PUNI (Providing and Utilizing eNsemble Information) methods will be done jointly by global hydrological modelers, scientists investigating co-development methods and societal information needs, boundary organizations and stakeholders (end-users).