ORGANIZER(S): World Wildlife Fund Environment and Disaster Management (WWF EDM)
Type: Training Course Date: 15 Mar 2021 Location: Online event
There is growing opportunity and demand for government decision-makers, water managers, and humanitarian and environmental NGOs to include natural and nature-based methods as a component of flood risk management projects.
World Wildlife Fund is offering a virtual training opportunity to learn about natural and nature-based flood management and risk reduction. The course will focus on Bangladesh, India, Nepal, and Pakistan. Learn what previous participants say about the training.
Based on the WWF Flood Green Guide, the training will provide discussion and engagement with experts from around the world as part of a 12-hour online course. The training will be offered in two 1.5 hours sessions each week from mid March through mid April 2021.
Topics addressed will include:
The training format will include a combination of lecture, case study, discussion, and small group work with active engagement of all participants. Trainers and guest speakers will represent a range of disciplines such as engineering, policy, disaster risk reduction, journalism, and policy with experiences in government, civil society and academic institutions.
Short URL: https://www.preventionweb.net/go/76210