ANAS Conducts National Training on Climate Change and Flood Management

ANAS Conducts National Training on Climate Change and Flood Management

Praia City, 19 September 2017 - In order to develop the capacity of water professionals from several national institutions of Cabo Verde to identify strategies for managing and adapting to climate change, the National Agency for Water and Sanitation of Cabo Verde conducted workshop on how to use the framework of Integrated Water Resources Management to develop strategies to adapt to climate change and better manage flood risks. The two days event took place in the city of Praia. The workshop was divided in different themes: Assessing the impacts of climate change in…continue reading →
Cabo Verde Trains Technicians to Water Conflict Management

Cabo Verde Trains Technicians to Water Conflict Management

City of Praia, Cabo Verde - The National Water and Sanitation Agency organised a two days training on "Conflict Management and Resolution Mechanisms in Integrated Water Resources Management", in the city of Praia. The event was targeting technicians and agents from the water and sanitation sector and aimed to strengthen selected institutions.
Water Experts from Cabo Verde Visit São Tomé and Príncipe

Water Experts from Cabo Verde Visit São Tomé and Príncipe

São Tomé and Príncipe - A team of 5 water experts from Cabo Verde travelled to São Tomé and Príncipe for 5 days to meet national representatives from the water sector and exchanges best practices in the field of water management.
Small Islands Efforts to Better Manage Water Highlighted at World Water Week

Small Islands Efforts to Better Manage Water Highlighted at World Water Week

Stockholm, Sweden - The IWRM AIO SIDS project took part to the World Water Week in Stockholm, from 28 August to 2 September 2016. The Regional Coordination Unit took the opportunity to convene a seminar to highlight the ongoing work on wastewater management and reuse in Stockholm, Sweden - Small Island Developing States from the Atlantic and Indian Ocean. The CEO of the National Agency for Water and Sanitation of Cabo Verde, Hercules Vieira, and the Director of the Water Resource Unit of Mauritius, Lomush Joggoo, where invited by the project to share lessons learned and best practices during the event.