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Please, estimate water supply quality in Armenia.

It is necessary to review the priority of implemented loan programs. SCWE Chairman

It is necessary to review the priority of implemented loan programs. SCWE Chairman


“In the framework of “Irrigation System Enhancement Project” it will be possible to save 2 mln kWh of electricity”, said Senior Water Resources Specialist of the World Bank Mr. Winston Yu during the presentation of current outcomes of projects to the Chairman of the State Committee of Water Economy of the RA MEINR Mr. Arsen Harutyunyan.

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Announcement of "Mini Grant Project" JICA /Japan International Cooperation Agency/ Program for 2019 in Armenia /Application form and guideline is attached as well/.

For the reference, please find attached examples of implemented projects of last years.

This project can apply only all ex-participants of JICA KCCP (training programs).

Ex-participant has to submit electronic version of Application directly to JICA Armenia Office, jica.arm.r@gmail.com.

Implementation schedule:

Deadline for receiving application form: October 18, 2019

Announcement of results: beginning of November, 2019

Completion of projects: end of February, 2020

In case of questions, you can contact JICA Program Coordinator in Armenia Ms. Ruzan Khojikyan / Tel./Fax: +374 10 568805, Mobile: +374-77 710 760, E-mail: jica.arm.r@gmail.com/ 


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Education and Training Guide 2020, Delft IHE The Education and Training Guide 2020 presents a range of educational solutions for students and professionals, who wish to increase or update their knowledge to meet the urgent challenges related to water, worldwide. Water has always played an important role in both the Netherlands’ and Delft’s history and continues to do so today.

Therefore, it is no surprise that many science and technology organizations related to water have chosen Delft as their home base. IHE Delft maintains close working relationships with various Delft-based research and education institutes, such as the Delft University of Technology, Deltares and the Delfland Water Board. IHE Delft offers five Master of Science programmes, with a total of 17 specializations. The MSc Programmes educate students primarily from developing countries and countries in transition, as well as students from developed countries with a strong interest in water and development, to become creative problem solving professionals in the field of water and environment.




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