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Area study Water management in the Philippines



The Faculty of Social Sciences (FSW) and the Institute of Environmental Sciences (CML) of Leiden University, in cooperation with Isabela State University and the Mabuwaya Foundation in the Philippines is organizing an international, interdisciplinary course on water issues and water management in the Cagayan River basin in NE Luzon in the Philippines in January 2014. The focus of the course is on the utilization and importance of fresh water, water scarcity and super abundance, climate change and water, water and biodiversity conservation, conflicts over water and the role of communities and government in water management. The objective of the course is to gain experience with working in an international, interdisciplinary team on a problem-oriented research assignment. Apart from gaining knowledge about water issues and water management in a developing country, students will learn practical fieldwork skills and the application of research methods and techniques.

Theme: Safeguarding Water Resources and the Role of Community Management

More information on the International course on water issues and water management in the Philippines

At 8 October 2014 there will be an information lecture at the Faculty of Social Science, 15.30-17.30, room number t.b.a., Pieter de la Court Building, Wassenaarseweg 52, Leiden