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Water Productivity

Water productivity is a much discussed topic in the water and agricultural sector, especially in water-scarce countries. Between March and May 2017, a series of master classes on water productivity will be organized by MetaMeta together with RAIN and NWP, under the auspices of the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The master classes are meant for SMEs and NGOs interested in food security and water safety in water scarce areas. They provide the participants with latest developments, broader knowledge and the opportunity to jointly explore market opportunities.

 

 

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  • Upcoming Master Classes

    Upcoming Master ClassesThe master classes will be announced among others through the NWP newsletter and the Water Productivity mailing list. You can send a message to Lenneke Knoop if you want to be registered on this list. The master classes can host 25 participants, therefore registration is necessary. Video recordings, presentations and other resources will be made available afterwards on these...

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  • Master Class 1: From Monitoring to Implementation (March 29th, 2017)

    Master Class 1: From Monitoring to Implementation March 29th, 2017 @ FutureWater, WageningenOn March 29 the first master class was hosted by FutureWater. In this master class Water Productivity was discussed at policy as well as implementation level. What is really necessary for farmers, companies and policy makers to know so they can take measures to improve water productivity? How can we work to...

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  • Kick-off meeting Water Productivity (March 2, 2017)

    Kick-off Meeting Water ProductivityMarch 2nd, 2017 @ MetaMeta WageningenOn March 2nd, an informative session on Water Productivity was held in Wageningen. We look back to a successful gathering with more than 50 people from NGOs, companies and governmental organizations.The meeting was intended to give participants information on water productivity, its embedding in the Dutch policy, and its imple...

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