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|„Jaroslav Černi“ Institute at UNESCO Conference on Security and Cooperation in Water Sector|
Mr Milan Dimkić, PhD, director of the "Jaroslav Černi" Institute and Mr Prvoslav Marjanović, PhD, have participated in the UNESCO’s high-level strategic meeting on security and cooperation in the water sector, held from September 11th to 13th 2013, in Kenya’s capital, Nairobi.
At the conference, Mr Dimkić and Mr Marjanović represented the UNESCO’s Category 2 Centre: „Water for Sustainable Development and Adaptation to Climate Change“ (WSDAC), recently established within the "Jaroslav Černi" Institute.
The three-day conference has been organised by the UNESCO’s International Hydrological Programme (IHP), in association with the Kenyan government, as a part of this year’s celebration of the international cooperation in the water sector.
The conference mainly focused on the topics of security and cooperation in the water sector in Africa, identification of strategies for the implementation of the the UNESCO’s International Hydrological Programme’s eight phase concerning security threats in water sector, as well as on the improvement of cooperation between the UNESCO bodies and the UNESCO Category 2 Centres involved in the field of water management.