1. A Studies to understand hydrology and water-related social and economic factor and sanitation in Medan, North Sumatera (2016), in order to secure water sources to fulfil water needs until 2030
2. Studies on sustainable water management in Yogyakarta City and Borobudur surrounding areas (2016)
3. Studies on the role of community participation in peri-urban water management towards sustainability of water supply in Jember City, Indonesia (2016-2017)
Through Cap Net, UNDP works with the Global Water Partnership and UNHabitat to support greener cities and capacity development for IUWM.
The network for sustainable water management, Cap-Net, directly links to SDG target 17.9 on CAPACITY-BUILDING IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES.
In this example of one of the many Tailor Made Trainings of IHE Delft, the government officials learned the principles of IRBM, and during the course developed (under supervision) the River Basin Management plans for their main two rivers.
The Mandate is working with a number of partners including CDP, WRI, TNC, WWF, and UNEP-DHI on a project to develop a methodology for more meaningful corporate water target setting. The methodology is currently being tested in a number of regions around the world including California, South, Africa, India, and Brazil.