The training on Environmental Flow within the UNDP GEF Kura II project had been conducted in Tbilisi for the representatives of various stakeholders of the project from Georgia on October 19 – 20, 2017.
Main target audience was consisted of specialists involved in monitoring of flow, top national hydrologists, ground water specialists, members of civil society organizations, advanced university students as well as staff of the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) department of the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources Protection of Georgia.
The training was conducted and facilitated by the Senior Capacity Building Expert of the Kura II project Mr. Ahmad Abou Elseoud. The trainer gave sessions about environmental flow methodologies and applications starting from basic hydrological methods up to advanced holistic approaches applied in international best practices.
Participants of the training were satisfied with the content and topics of the sessions and considered valuable new practices applied in the world. The obtained knowledge will be very beneficial for using in their practical work in the future.
The series of training on this topic is going to be conducted at the UNDP GEF Kura II IWRM Training Center in Baku next month for the similar target group from Azerbaijan.
Persons interested in participation can contact Kura II Project Communications Officer Amin Mammadov for additional information through following contacts: