Hydropower and Environmental Flows


15.09.2019 Laura

Kathmandu, Nepal Date:  23 – 25 October, 2019 | Application deadline: September 30, 2019 

For hydropower projects, what is an environmental flow regime and why is it important?

Environmental flows, or E-flows, describe the quantity and quality of water flows allocated to sustain freshwater and estuarine ecosystems and the human livelihoods and well-being that depend on these ecosystems. E-flows are a central tenet of integrated water resources management (IWRM ) that water-resource developments should balance exploitation of the river with the protection of its natural resources and the ecosystem services as well as livelihoods.

International Finance Corporation (IFC) and International Centre for Hydropower (ICH) are conducting
a 3-day intensive training course for technical practitioners in Nepal to improve their knowledge on environmental flows and hydropower development.

Course instructors from ICH and IFC will introduce topics including:
• Environmental flows theory and terms
• Hydrology and the environment
• Environmental flows assessment – global and Nepal examples
• Stakeholder engagement and social aspects of E-flows

Target Group
The course is aimed for Nepali E-flows, environmental, and hydropower practitioners and related government officials.

Application and registration process
Applications cannot be accepted after the deadline.
Only those applications submitted online can be accepted.
You can access the official application for this course at: http://form.ich.no/
Please follow the link and complete the registration under the course name:
Hydropower and Environmental Flows Training Course in Nepal

• Please ensure to complete the entire form.
• Background information is essential for the selection process to be complete.
• Please ensure you meet the specific profile description of targeted groups for this course.
• Proficiency in English is compulsory.
• Women are encouraged to apply.
• Seats are not transferable once selection process has been completed.
• Those selected are required to attend the full 3-days of training and to receive a completion certificate.

Disclaimer
The organizers reserve the right to accept or reject any applicant based on their qualifications and experience.

More information, please contact
Kate Lazarus
Asia ESG Advisory Lead, Environment, Social and Governance
IFC
klazarus@ifc.org

Laura Bull
Head of Studies
ICH
laura@ich.no




 
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