Newsletter World Water Academy No. 2, April 2015

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2015 | No. 2 | April 2015
Young Water Professional project Indonesia

Indonesia - a country full of surprises

Finally the day had arrived! On the 8th of February  we flew to Jakarta. Something I had been looking forward to for a long time.

Last year we started working on the ‘Young Water Professionals' project, together with Deltares and MDF. We developed a training programme for the young water professionals of the Indonesian government. Read more

Aquavet logo

AquaVET: First field survey and website completed

World Water Academy is part of the AquaVET project. In the recent months we have finalized the field survey in order to find-out the sector's needs. In the meantime the project got a nice new logo and a new website has been launched! Read more

Young Water Professionals @Work in Indonesia first training successfully completed

Young Water Professionals @Work in Indonesia first training successfully completed

The first phase of the project has rolled out and started on October 20, 2014 with the first training on Water Management Systems in Present and Future, followed by the second training on Stakeholder Engagement and Intervention Strategies, each lasted for one week. Read more

Schedule design, development and delivery course

Design a curriculum of a course on Water Treatment

As a follow-up to the successfully developed Course Wastewater Treatment for Process Controllers in Durban, a similar course for water treatment will be developed in the city of Cape Town. The experience of the development and delivery in Durban will be the blueprint of the project in Cape Town. Read more



  • Management visit to Oman


  • 2nd meeting AquaVET project in London
  • Training of Trainers and course developing workshops in South Africa


  • Seminar Wastewater treatment and capacity development in Kosovo