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Principles of Integrated Water Resources Management

Enrollment in this course is by invitation only

This module introduces the basic concepts of integrated water resources management and lays a background for other modules. It deals with global trends in water management including SDGs, integrated water resources management, river basin management, catchment protection, stakeholder participation, environmental sustainability, concepts of water resources planning and analysis as well as modern tools and techniques for water resources (surface, groundwater and water quality).

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Participants are required to have at least a baasic qualification in natural resources management or related discipline

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Course Staff

Mr Webster Gumindoga

Mr. Webster Gumindoga, the coordinator of this course is a lecturer at the University of Zimbabwe’s Construction and Civil Engineering Department. His research interests are in the areas of Intergrated water resources management, Hydrology, Water balance assessment and monitoring as well as GIS and Earth Observation applications in civil and water engineering.

Krasposy Kujinga #2

Krasposy is the Programmes Coordintor of WaterNet. He has a background in Sociology and holds a PhD in Natural Resources Management with particular focus in water security. He will be facilitating the social aspects of the course

Fanuel Hazvina

Fanuel Hazvina is a lecturer in the Department of Economics at the University of Zimbabwe teaching International Economics, Environmental Economics, Natural Resource Economics, and Mathematics for Economists.

Beverley Nyakutsikwa

Berverly Nyakutsikwa is from the capital city of Zimbabwe, Harare, where she has both studied and worked. She has a MSc in Urban Water and Sanitation with a specialization in Sanitary Engineering from IHE Delft in the Netherlands.