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Blue Peace Central Asia Laboratory training: the water quality control competencies of university instructors enhanced

... University named after Razzakov in Bishkek. The training was organized for instructors from Kyrgyzstan's universities who are part of the Community of Practice for Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (CoP4WASH Central Asia), supported by the Swiss initiative Blue Peace Central Asia. Patrick Eckert , a staff member from the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland (FHNW), served as the trainer. The training program included both theoretical and practical sessions, as well as field trips ...

Modified: 12.04.2024
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NAS Meeting: academic and scientific-practical opportunities for universities in Central Asia are presented

... goal of all NAS participants. This, in their opinion, can become a powerful impetus to develop the scientific consciousness in the field of the environment and train qualified specialists. “Switzerland believes in the power of education. Through our Blue Peace Central Asia initiative, we follow a long-term strategy to strengthening academia in integrated water resources management (IWRM) and water diplomacy in Central Asia for water specialists, researchers, and future leaders. The support to the Network ...

Modified: 18.03.2024
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REPORT on the 13th Central Asian leadership Programme on Environment for Sustainable Development (CALP)

... all partners and donors for the support, commitment and contribution in organizing of the 13 th CALP in 2023, namely: OSCE Programme Office in Astana, OSCE Programme Office in Dushanbe, the Secretariat of the High-Level Dialogue Platform of the Swiss Blue Peace Central Asia Initiative and Coca-Cola Dear readers, We are pleased to present to you the report on the 13th Central Asian Leadership Programme on Environment for Sustainable Development (CALP) held on September 18-22, 2023 in Almaty. This report ...

Modified: 17.01.2024
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REPORT on the 13th Central Asian leadership Programme on Environment for Sustainable Development (CALP)

... all partners and donors for the support, commitment and contribution in organizing of the 13 th CALP in 2023, namely: OSCE Programme Office in Astana, OSCE Programme Office in Dushanbe, the Secretariat of the High-Level Dialogue Platform of the Swiss Blue Peace Central Asia Initiative and Coca-Cola Download PDF

Modified: 17.01.2024
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What did Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan discuss at the 6th meeting of the Kazakhstan-Uzbekistan joint working group on environmental protection and water quality issues in the Syrdarya river basin?

... Working Group (Commission) on environmental protection and water quality issues in the Syrdarya River Basin, information on the implementation of the Commission's Work Plan for 2023 was reviewed and discussed. The meeting was held with the support of the Blue Peace Central Asia project in December 2023 in Astana, Kazakhstan. One of the key points of discussion was the continuation of the agreed water quality monitoring on the Syrdarya River. Representatives of Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan expressed satisfaction ...

Modified: 11.01.2024
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Water Quality in Central Asia Discussed by Experts of the Regional Working Group in Astana, Kazakhstan

December 13, 2023, Astana, Kazakhstan The latest session of the Regional Working Group on Water Quality (RWG-WQ) was conducted by the Regional Environmental Center for Central Asia as part of the Blue Peace Central Asia initiative by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), in Astana, Kazakhstan. December 13, 2023, Astana, Kazakhstan The latest session of the Regional Working Group on Water Quality (RWG-WQ) was conducted by the Regional ...

Modified: 15.12.2023
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Press Release: Regional Water Quality Working Group Meeting and Session of the Uzbekistan-Kazakhstan Joint Working Group on Environmental Protection and Water Quality in the Syr Darya River Basin

Supported by the Blue Peace Central Asia Initiative, funded by Switzerland, Astana will host the meeting of the Regional Water Quality Working Group (RWQWG) and the regular session of the Kazakhstan-Uzbekistan Joint Working Group (Commission) on Environmental Protection and ...

Modified: 09.12.2023
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UNFCCC COP-28: Blue Peace Central Asia Initiative discusses investment opportunities in Nexus projects

... Asia Pavilion at the 28th Conference of the Parties (COP-28) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). The side event was organized by the Regional Environmental Centre for Central Asia (CAREC) within the framework of the Blue Peace Central Asia initiative, funded by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC). Dubai, UAE – On December 5, 2023, a side event on the topic «Exploring Pathways to Investments in Nexus Projects for Enhanced Transboundary Cooperation ...

Modified: 06.12.2023
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Network Of Academic Societies Meeting: Significant Impact on Research Potential of Central Asian Universities for 10 Years

... Societies (NAS). The event was attended by 24 representatives from 19 universities in the region. This gathering, held for the first time within the walls of the academic institute - Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, was a collaborative effort of the Blue Peace Central Asia project, supported by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), and the USAID Regional Water and Vulnerable Environment (WAVE) project in partnership with the Regional Environmental Centre for Central Asia (CAREC). These ...

Modified: 30.11.2023
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Explore investment opportunities in Nexus projects at the CoP 28 UNFCCC in collaboration with the Blue Peace Central Asia initiative.

... Pavilion at the 28th session of the Conference of the Parties (COP-28) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). The side event is organized by the Regional Environmental Centre for Central Asia (CAREC) in cooperation with the Blue Peace Central Asia initiative, funded by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC). It is anticipated that the meeting will encompass diverse perspectives on opportunities for Central Asian countries to implement transboundary basin programs....

Modified: 29.11.2023
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Blue Peace Central Asia initiative conducts training for trainers on water diplomacy and international water law

... identified constraints in the region's achievement of economic and environmental sustainability and the resolution of complex transboundary water resource management issues was the shortage of human capital. To address the human capital challenge, the Blue Peace Central Asia Initiative (BPCA) in collaboration with the WAVE Project, organized a Training of Trainers (ToT) on Water Diplomacy and International Water Law. The Blue Peace Central Asia initiative of the Swiss Agency on Development and Cooperation ...

Modified: 29.11.2023
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Water Diplomacy and International Water Law: Training for Trainers

... Almaty will host a training for trainers on water diplomacy and international water law on 20-23 November 2023. This event is organized within the framework of the USAID Regional Project on Water Resources and the Environment, with the support of the Blue Peace Initiative in Central Asia, funded by Switzerland. The training is conducted with the assistance of the International Secretariat for Water (Canada). Kazakhstan – Almaty will host a training for trainers on water diplomacy and international ...

Modified: 20.11.2023
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The 13th Central Asian Leadership Program on Environment for Sustainable Development (CALP) Successfully Completed

... program by national partners. 4 6 CALP is organized by the Regional Environmental Centre for Central Asia (CAREC) in cooperation with the OSCE Programme Office in Astana, the World Bank, the Secretariat of the High-Level Dialogue Platform of the Swiss Blue Peace Central Asia Initiative and Coca-Cola. The thematic report, presentations and publications on the results of the 13th CALP will be available on the CAREC website and social networks and serve as sources of information for stakeholders in Central ...

Modified: 03.10.2023
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13 CALP: OSCE Model to Respond to Climate Challenges

... negotiations based on EEF Stimulation. CALP is organized by the Regional Environmental Centre for Central Asia (CAREC) in cooperation with the OSCE Programme Office in Astana, the World Bank, the Secretariat of the High-Level Dialogue Platform of the Swiss Blue Peace Central Asia Initiative and Coca-Cola. Additional information: Valeria Orlova , Manager of the CAREC programme “Education for Sustainable Development”, vorlova@carececo.org

Modified: 03.10.2023
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13 CAPL: Sustainable Production and Consumption

... fertilizers annually disappeared. CALP is organized by the Regional Environmental Centre for Central Asia (CAREC) in cooperation with the OSCE Programme Office in Astana, the World Bank, the Secretariat of the High-Level Dialogue Platform of the Swiss Blue Peace Central Asia Initiative and Coca-Cola. Additional information: Valeria Orlova , Manager of the CAREC programme “Education for Sustainable Development”, vorlova@carececo.org

Modified: 03.10.2023
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13th Central Asian Leadership Programme on Environment for Sustainable Development (CALP-13)

... as well as country-specific information. IMPLEMENTING AND SUPPORTING PARTNERS It is assumed that 13th CALP will be organized by CAREC in cooperation with the OSCE Programme Office in Astana, the World Bank, High Level Dialogue Platform Secretariat Blue Peace Central Asia and Coca-Cola. 13 th CALP: GOALS AND OBJECTIVES The 13th Central Asian Leadership Programme on Environment for Sustainable Development (CALP) is a dynamic and interactive five-day leadership program designed to empower young professionals ...

Modified: 26.09.2023

Central Asia will have more young environmental leaders!

... sound future in Central Asia. CALP 2023 is organized by the Regional Environmental Center for Central Asia (CAREC) in cooperation with the OSCE Programme Office in Astana, the World Bank, the Secretariat of the High-Level Dialogue Platform Secretariat Blue Peace Central Asia Initiative and Coca-Cola. Greetings to the program participants were made by Mr. Zafar Mahmudov, Executive Director of CAREC, Dosbol Bekmagambetov, Vice Minister of Ecology and Natural Resources of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Dr. Volker ...

Modified: 20.09.2023
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Water Day within the framework of the 13th Central Asian Leadership Program (CALP)

... countries. CALP, an annual initiative by CAREC since 2012, aims to implement national priorities in climate change, regional cooperation, and climate financing for sustainable development. This year, the program is conducted with the support of the Swiss Blue Peace Central Asia Initiative, the OSCE Office of Programs in Astana, the World Bank, and the Coca-Cola Foundation. The program's first day featured a Water Day, during which participants attended lectures by international experts in water diplomacy, ...

Modified: 20.09.2023
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We think globally, we act locally, we cooperate regionally

... for Sustainable Development”. CALP is organized by the Regional Environmental Centre for Central Asia (CAREC) in cooperation with the OSCE Programme Office in Astana, the World Bank, the Secretariat of the High-Level Dialogue Platform of the Swiss Blue Peace Central Asia Initiative and Coca-Cola. The program will bring together young professionals in charge of climate change, water management and green development in the ministries of agriculture, ecology, water resources and energy; representatives ...

Modified: 15.09.2023
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Blue Peace launches new course on Environmental Peacebuilding

The Blue Peace Central Asia initiative of the Swiss Agency on Development and Cooperation, implemented by the Regional Environmental Centre for Central Asia (CAREC), aims to transform the concept of water as a potential source of conflict into a tool for peaceful ...

Modified: 31.07.2023
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Registration for the 13th Central Asian Leadership Programme on Environment for Sustainable Development (CALP) " Leaders of Central Asia – Youth engagement in national climate change priorities, regional collaboration and climate financing for sustainab

... September 2023 . This year the online call for applications for the CALP will be open until 18 August 2023. The CALP will be organized in co-operation with the the OSCE Programme Office in Astana, the World Bank, High Level Dialogue Platform Secretariat Blue Peace Central Asia and Coca-Cola. The 13th Central Asian Leadership Programme on Environment for Sustainable Development (CALP) is a dynamic and interactive five-day leadership program designed to empower young professionals in Central Asia to actively ...

Modified: 26.07.2023
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Results of CACCC-2023: All over the Central Asian region

... development and implementation mechanisms to ensure climate resilience. These are issues discussed at the plenary and panel sessions of CACCC-2023. The third is the management of water resources in the region. In this direction, the experience of the Blue Peace Central Asia initiative may be worthwhile. The Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) and CAREC are committed to further strengthening the evidence base and providing knowledge resources to facilitate the cross-border exchange of reliable ...

Modified: 23.05.2023
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Results of the Fifth Meeting of the Kazakh-Uzbek Joint Working Group on Environmental Protection and Water Quality in the Syr Darya River Basin

On December 14-15, 2022 the 5th meeting of the joint Kazakh-Uzbek Working Group on Environmental Protection and Water Quality in the Syr Darya River Basin supported by the Blue Peace Central Asia initiative, with CAREC acting as the Secretariat, was held in Tashkent. On December 14-15, 2022 the 5th meeting of the joint Kazakh-Uzbek Working Group on Environmental Protection and Water Quality in the Syr Darya River Basin supported ...

Modified: 22.12.2022
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Water Footprint Analysis of Central Asia

The Blue Peace Central Asia initiative has been promoting water as an instrument of peace and cooperation in Central Asia since 2016. Countries sharing this valuable resource across transboundary river basins are supported to build dialogue on water resources ...

Modified: 06.10.2022
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Nexus approach stimulates collaborative academic and research initiatives in Central Asia

... modules and interactive Nexus simulation. The two-day discussions were organized by the USAID Regional Water and Vulnerable Environment Activity in cooperation with the Regional Environmental Center for Central Asia (CAREC) within the framework of the SDC Blue Peace in Central Asia project and the EU-funded project “Nexus Dialogue in Central Asia”. The reality of today’s developing society doesn’t limit the tasks of the academic community to the development and preservation of basic science but also ...

Modified: 10.06.2022
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Study tour by the Central Asian delegation to the Senegal River Basin

From 22 to 31 March 2022, a delegation from Central Asia visited the Senegal River basin as part of the Blue Peace Central Asia Project study tour. The delegation consisted of representatives from ministries of Central Asian countries, intergovernmental organizations such as ICWC and IFAS, as well as members of the regional Youth Water Network. From 22 to ...

Modified: 08.04.2022
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Paris agreement art. 6 cooperative approaches: opportunities for Central Asia first online event

... sustainability. Dr Guy Bonvin Swiss Special Envoy for Water in Central Asia, (Federal Department of Foreign Affairs, Switzerland), Ambassador H.E. Dr Guy Bonvin has been appointed as Swiss Special Envoy for Water in Central Asia as of March 1st, 2019. Blue Peace Central Asia, the Swiss water diplomacy initiative, is at the heart of its mandate. Dr Guy Bonvin was previously head of the Infrastructure Financing Division of the Economic Cooperation and Development of the Swiss State Secretariat of Economic ...

Modified: 24.02.2022
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COP26. Aral Sea on the Agenda

... international funds to address the environmental catastrophe of the Aral Sea. Tais Reznikova, Specialist, CAREC Water Initiatives Support Programme, presented the experience of CAREC under Dialogue Platform to manage transboundary water resources based on Blue Peace Index to evaluate the efficiency of water resources use. Central Asia Pavilion is organized by CAREC in cooperation with EC IFAS and IGTIPC under financial support of the World Bank, OSCE, ERG, FAO and UNDP. Record is available at http://www.youtube....

Modified: 10.11.2021
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European Union promotes Nexus approach into educational systems of Central Asian countries

... scenarios in downstream and upstream countries. The event was organized by the EU-funded project "Nexus Dialogue in Central Asia" in cooperation with the USAID Regional Water and Vulnerable Environment Activity (WAVE project) and the SDC “Blue Peace in Central Asia” project. TAJIKISTAN, Dushanbe – Today members of the Central Asian Network of Academic Societies (NAS) learned about the application of the water-energy-food (WEF) Nexus approach through an interactive Nexus Game. 29 professors ...

Modified: 19.10.2021
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Nexus II. Nexus game at regional workshop for CA Academic Societies (in cooperation with SDC/Blue Peace and USAID/WAVE) in Dushanbe

Modified: 11.10.2021
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The second webinar of the research program “Water as a driver of sustainable recovery” covered essential structural and institutional reforms

... Central Asia”. 100 experts from Central Asia, Europe, Afghanistan and China discussed the past and ongoing reforms implemented in the region, the key factors that lead to ineffective water use, and shared studies on the topic. Aside from that, the Blue Peace Index was presented during the event. The research program is implemented by the Corvinus University of Budapest and supported by the Blue Peace Central Asia initiative (BPCA) of the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), the Stockholm ...

Modified: 05.03.2021
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The launch of the new research programme “Water as a driver of sustainable recovery” with the first regional webinar

... explains its purpose very well. Central Asian and international experts have discussed current problems and opportunities of the water sector in the region. The research programme is implemented by the Corvinus University of Budapest and supported by the Blue Peace Central Asia initiative (BPCA) of Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI), and the Regional Environmental Centre for Central Asia (CAREC) within a partnership with the BPCA. The first ...

Modified: 06.11.2020
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Second climate meeting of MFA representatives and parliamentarians of Central Asian countries

... hydrological forecasting and forecasting agricultural yields, digitalization, and raising public awareness on climate change issues. Ambassador Guy Bonvin, Special Envoy for Water of the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), presented "Blue Peace Regional Initiative: Progress and Future Plans" and noted that climate change is a huge challenge for the whole world ... Mr. Bonvin focused on monitoring the water cycle, including observing snow cover, glaciers, and permafrost areas. He also ...

Modified: 30.10.2020
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Water connects: the Blue Peace Central Asia initiative at the annual Central Asian Leadership Programme

The Blue Peace Central Asia (BPCA) initiative was presented to the participants of the 11th Central Asian Leadership Programme (CALP). It is the only regular leadership programme enhancing sustainable development in the region. This year, in light of a global ...

Modified: 22.09.2020
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Regional Expert for communication and outreach support

... Regional Environmental Centre for Central Asia Location: Almaty, Kazakhstan Starting date: June, 2020 Duration and form of contract: June 2020- December 2021 Closing date May 27, 2020 1. Background In June 2017, during the Swiss-organised panel on Blue Peace Central Asia Dialogue for 2030 - Water Security and Inclusive Growth at the Astana Expo 2017, all Central Asian countries agreed on the establishment of a “High Level Dialogue Platform (HLDP) of Central Asian Countries on Integrated Water Resource ...

Modified: 13.05.2020
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The 2nd meeting of the Kazakh-Uzbek joint working group on environmental protection and water quality of the Syrdarya river basin

... providing a regional platform for submitting joint initiatives and projects for discussion, etc. According to its regulations, the Commission meets once a year. This second meeting was organized with the support of CAREC CO in Kazakhstan and the “Blue Peace Central Asia” project (Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC).

Modified: 20.11.2019
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Meeting of the Regional Working Group on Water Quality in Tashkent

... 2009 by UNECE and CAREC. The Group is represented by national hydrometeorological, sanitary and epidemiological control, water resources and environmental ministries and agencies of 5 Central Asian countries. Since 2019 the RWG-WQ is supported by the Blue Peace Central Asia (BPCA) initiative of the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), where CAREC is acting as a Secretariat of the BPCA Dialogue Platform. The project aims to promote evidence-based dialogue at the political level and to ensure ...

Modified: 19.11.2019
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CAREC Open Day in the Republic of Kazakhstan

... environmental cooperation platforms, CAREC staff made presentations on the regional activities of CAREC in Kazakhstan, namely, the activities of the CAREC water program as a platform for transboundary water cooperation of Central Asian countries: Smart Waters, Blue Peace Central Asia, Regional Working Groups on water quality in Central Asia; Climate change adaptation and mitigation program for the Aral Sea Basin (CAMP4ASB); NEXUS “Central Asia Nexus Dialogue Project: Fostering Water, Energy and Food Security Nexus ...

Modified: 07.10.2019
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Water specialists got familiarized with the experience of the Chu-Talas Water Commission

BISHKEK, KYRGYZSTAN – A workshop to introduce the experience of the Chu Talas Water Commission (CTWC) was held on June 11-14, 2019 within the Blue Peace Central Asia project, being implemented by CAREC with the support of the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation. BISHKEK, KYRGYZSTAN – A workshop to introduce the experience of the Chu Talas Water Commission (CTWC) was held on June 11-14,...

Modified: 03.07.2019
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Water, Economic Growth and Security Nexus in the spotlight of Astana Economic Forum

... Central Asia, brought together high-level officials from key ministries of the five countries of Central Asia as well as international experts. The event was organized by the Ministry of Agriculture of the Republic of Kazakhstan and Switzerland’s Blue Peace Central Asia initiative, in partnership with the European Union, the World Bank, the International Water Assessment Centre and supported by the Regional Environmental Centre for Central Asia (CAREC). By welcoming all delegations, Minister Omarov ...

Modified: 29.05.2019
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Looking back: the results of 2018

... of partnership: water accounting, data collection and use, forecasting, effective and sustainable water management. Also, 2018 was remembered by the fact that CAREC received the role of the Secretariat of the High-Level Dialogue Platform of the Swiss Blue Peace Central Asia Initiative. Blue Peace Initiative is a high-level dialogue platform. It is carried out in several countries of the world and is aimed at transforming transboundary waters into a tool for building peace and sustainability. Based on more ...

Modified: 16.01.2019
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CAREC enters a new stage of development: the 41st Board of Governors meeting was held in Almaty

... shifted to implementing large-scale projects. Over the past period, with the support of development partners and national partners, CAREC has launched several mega-projects: CAMP4ASB, Smart Waters, UzWAterAware, CAWECOOP (completed in 2017), Nexus, Blue Peace Central Asia. These projects form 87% of the CAREC budget for 2013-2018. In addition, the Executive Director of CAREC presented the strategy for further strategic development of CAREC 2020-2025. Dr Iskandar Abdullaev noted that one of the important ...

Modified: 07.12.2018
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2nd meeting of the technical working group on water within Blue Peace Central Asia initiative

Modified: 27.11.2018
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Water cooperation in Central Asia: experience, benefits and further development

... Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) with support from the Regional Environmental Centre for Central Asia and Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Agricultural Mechanization Engineers. The event was held within the Swiss Initiative “Blue Peace Central Asia” and it is a logical continuation of previous events organized by Swiss partners on strengthening the dialogue on water cooperation in Central Asia. The opening speeches were given by the Minister of Water Resources of the Republic ...

Modified: 26.11.2018
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Korea and Central Asia strengthen cooperation

... water resources are crucial for socio-economic development. Together with the development partners, a number of water management projects are already being implemented in the region: Water diplomacy and cooperation: the EU process, Berlin (Germany) and Blue Peace (Switzerland); Improving water infrastructure: World Bank, ADB, EBRD; Water management at the basin level: EU, UNDP, USAID; Opportunities and institutional support: EU, USAID, World Bank. The Executive Director of CAREC Dr Iskandar Abdullaev presented ...

Modified: 14.11.2018
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Transboundary water cooperation discussed at the Astana Economic Forum

... panel session, the issues of stimulating transboundary water cooperation, new forms of application of the international water law for the rational management of water resources were discussed. Ministry of Agriculture of the Republic of Kazakhstan; the Blue Peace initiative, which is supported by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation; as well as the International Water Assessment Centre were the organizers of the session. Among the participants are representatives of state bodies; scientific organizations; ...

Modified: 22.05.2018
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Delegation from the Central Asia studied the experience of water cooperation in the Senegal River Basin

Within the Blue Peace Central Asia High-Level Dialogue Platform, representatives of the Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Water Ministries of Central Asian countries took part in a working visit to study the experience of the Senegal River Basin Development Authority ...

Modified: 21.05.2018
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High Level Dialogue Platform Secretariat Blue Peace Central Asia

Modified: 01.04.2018
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Three main questions you need to ask about the Blue Peace Central Asia – a talk with Dr André Wehrli

... were pleased to present a small talk with Switzerland’s Regional Water Advisor for Central Asia. June of the outgoing year was marked by the launch of a Swiss initiative that sets a new course for cross-border water cooperation in the region: The Blue Peace Central Asia initiative. It has been launched on the margins of the World Expo in Astana with participation of high level decisions makers. Under this initiative, Switzerland through its Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation ( SDC ) aims ...

Modified: 09.01.2018
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CAREC participated in the International Conference on Water Cooperation in Central Asia

... change, increasing inter-sectoral competition for water. Another important information was given on the published joint study conducted by CAREC and adelphi, funded by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) within the framework of the Blue Peace Central Asia Initiative. “Rethinking Water in Central Asia: The costs of inaction and benefits of water cooperation” demonstrates the price of inaction and benefits of cooperation in the field of water management between the countries of the ...

Modified: 28.11.2017
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