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Seminars on cooperation for development projects

We present a series of seminars on various cooperation projects being undertaken by the Institut de Sostenibilitat together with other partners. The aim of these seminars is to bring the reality of the cooperation projects to interested students, by analyzing their logical framework and the difficulties encountered in the day-to-day execution.

These seminars will be on Fridays from 12:00 to 14:00, but its implementation is subject to achieve interest of enough students (min. 5-6 people), while seats are limited to ensure its effectiveness (max. 15 people). For this reason we kindly ask you that you register yourselves in advance to each of the seminars that you would be interested to attend.

For further information, please do not hesitate to contact us at:

08th February 2013
Project: Improvement of the monitoring system of “Programa Territorio y Recursos Naturales” in the Río Viejo subbasin, in Nicaragua

Agreement with ONGAWA, Ingeniería para el Desarrollo Humano

15th February 2013
Project: Technical support for the consolidation of the North Regional Water Administration (ARA-Norte), Mozambique

Partners: ARA-Norte (Mozambique), Augas de Galicia, Amphos 21, Universidade da Coruña, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (Spain)

22th February 2013 - FULLY BOOKED!
We are sorry to announce that there are no vacancies left for this seminar.

Project: Andinean network of Integrated Water Resources Management Masters

Partners: Wageningen University (Netherlands), Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (Spain), Centro AGUA – Universidad Mayor de San Simón (Bolivia), CINARA - Universidad del Valle (Colombia), Universidad Central del Ecuador (Ecuador), Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (Peru), Universidad Nacional Pedro Ruiz Gallo (Peru)

01st March 2013 - FULLY BOOKED!
We are sorry to announce that there are no vacancies left for this seminar.

Project: ENERGY FOR ALL 2030 - Energy Access for the poor in Sub-Saharan Africa to meet the Millennium Development Goals

Partners: Practical Action (UK), Stockholm Environment Institute (Sweden), EDUCON (Czech Republic), Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (Spain)