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The fifth CEEW-Veolia Roundtable discussion identifies capacity building issues in the urban water sector
5 Jul 2013

The fifth and the last of a series of CEEW-Veolia Roundtable Discussions on Urban Water Resources Management was organised at the India International Centre today. The discussion on “Building capacity in the urban water sector” explored the human resource structure that deal with urban water management, skills and training provided to them, the knowledge gaps that lie and who could be a potential partner to provide training and fill the knowledge gaps. It aimed to identify a case for a PPP for skill development and training and the ways in which skills development in the urban water sector could be linked to on-going skilling initiatives in India. There was also discussion on the kind of framework that could be developed to enable successful technology transfer.

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