Development of innovative multilevel formation programs for the new water leading professionals in SouthEast Asia
Water Resources Management is key for the economy of a country, but represents a major challenge that has social, economic, and political implications involving several public and private agents with distinct interests. This is critical for ASIAN COUNTRIES, with huge demographic pressure and vast environmental diversity and wealth, water problems related to safe drinking water supply and sanitation, water scarcity, severe droughts and floods, deforestation, and threats to biodiversity, etc. that will increase due to climate change predictions. New WATER PROFESSIONALS are required to face these water challenges in collaboration with other disciplines, that are able to communicate effectively with all the agents and stakeholders involved.
INOWASIA pretends to train this new generation of young Southeast Asian water professionals with a strong and multidisciplinary background in sustainable water management, with a global view of the sector current and future challenges but with a specific approach to the local demands, and the required soft skills to join and lead the water sector market.
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The grand finale of the Erasmus+ INOWASIA Project is all about igniting a dynamic week of sustainability, innovation, and water transformation.
It's the culmination of years of hard work, dedication, and visionary thinking, that's going to take place in the beautiful city of Phnom Penh, Cambodia, in November 2023.
Get ready for a week of electrifying energy, visionary ideas, and impactful collaborations that will redefine the future of water innovation.
INOWASIA promotes the joint action of 11 organisations (non-profit, business, education institutions) across 5 countries (Spain, France, Vietnam, Laos & Cambodia) and 14 associated partners, who will carry out a cross-disciplinary, bottom-up process leading to the production of innovative products and teaching learning methods, targeting school communities with various needs.
INOWASIA aims to develop basic and advanced water courses and implement them in the existing master’s degrees and PhD programs in Higher Education Institutions from Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam.
Promoting Learning Methodologies
INOWASIA pretends to train students and teachers, and promote the implementation of innovative hybrid methods, combining on-line formation with problem-based learning, a student-centred educational methodology that promotes the development of personal abilities and skills
Water-Oriented Living Labs
INOWASIA will design Water Oriented Living Labs in the campus of each Higher Education Institutions from our Southeast Asia partners to implement real-life water demo sites and create a multi-stakeholder virtual network.
INOWASIA aims to foster entrepreneur and business culture among the students and future young water professionals through field trips, short visits to success cases among local initiatives, and long stay internships in water companies and administrations.
INOWASIA pretends to create an international multilevel network of students, academics, professionals, and stakeholders in the field of water resources to encourage cross-disciplinary collaboration to find new and creative solutions to water challenges.
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Volunteers from SEED for a study tour at the demonstration site area of National Integrated Water Resources Management in the Nam Pok River
On January 28-29, 2023, Mrs. Soulichan LAMXAY from the Faculty of Environmental Sciences at NUOL and 15 student volunteers from Social Environmental Education and Development (SEED) at FES at NUOL had the opportunity to go on a study tour about the management of water resources in the Nam Pok River at Vang Vieng District,…
From INOWASIA to Local Wastewater Sustainable Management
Souphanouvong University (SU) is actively engaged in developing local influence through the use of INOWASIA expertise and the establishment of a living laboratory to enhance sustainable wastewater management practices in Luang Phrabang City, Lao PDR. Mr. Anousith Vannaphon, a fellow faculty member from the Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry Resources at SU, participated actively in…
Workshop on Water Professional and Education in SEA started at ITC, Cambodia
INOWASIA APC & Stakeholders Workshop / presential + online Monday -Tuesday, 13th – 14th November 2023 Monday, 13th November (APC Workshop Day 1/2) Venue: Institute of Technology of Cambodia (ITC) Phnom Penh (Room 113A) Zoom Meeting: ID: 968 391 2005, Passcode: 400200 Purpose: Official reception and APC’s WoLL workshops Topic: What strategies can ensure the effective…
Let's look back at the Internet of Things training course held in July 2023 in Laos and Cambodia
Two teachers (Arnaud Elger, Rahim Kacimi) and one engineer (Jean-Louis Druilhe) from the University of Toulouse III – Paul Sabatier organized a training on IoT (Internet of Things) in Laos and Cambodia in July 2023. The first session took place in Luang Prabang, hosted by the Souphanouvong University on July 3 and 4. The second…