International Hydrological Programme

Founding Year: 1975

Staff: 33

Budget:

Abou Amani (Director)

As  “UNESCO’s international scientific cooperative program in water research, water resource management, water education, and capacity- building” it’s tailored to “the needs of UNESCO’s 195 Member States and is implemented in six-year phases, allowing it to adapt to the changing world”.  The intergovernmental bodyoperates as a global network that works together to implement the organization’s strategic goals.”

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International Hydrological Programme contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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