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Resettlement Module II- Asia Regional Training

by | Aug 5, 2022 | News, Asia

Bangkok 18 -22. October 2022.  Resettlement impacts constitute the most significant social risk in the implementation of hydropower schemes. This highly interactive training is a deep dive into the process of resettlement, specifically designed for practitioners.

The training will be held  on site, to maximize accessibility for practitioners from the Asia region.  Module I will Available in person –17 th October, one day ONLY.

The number of workshop participants will be limited to 25. Application deadline is set to 18th September 2022.

Download the brochure Resettlement II ASIA (2)

 

Apply NOW!!!

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