From July 3 to 17, K-water, together with Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA), provided the “Jordan Water Resources Development and Management Training” to government employees of Jordan at the K-water Human Resources Development Institute in Yuseong-gu, Daejeon-si. This training, which is customized to the water issues in Jordan, was held for the second time following last year. It is comprised of two courses, “Water Management Policy and Strategy Establishment,” for sharing K-water’s integrated water management system establishment cases, and “Sustainable Water Resources,” for focusing on water resource development and management, through dams, purification plans, and desalination processes, etc. To resolve global water issues, foster talent in water-related fields, and develop an overseas network, K-water is providing international training services targeting approximately 4,000 people in 97 countries (accumulated data as of 2017).
Registration Date: 2018-07-20
Water Management Training to Government Employees of Jordan.
Labor? Management Pledge to Reduce the Use of Disposable Products
Hapcheon Hydroelectric Power Plant Designated as Self-operated Power Plant.
Safety System Inspected in Preparation for Disasters in Flood Season.
Water Disasters Detected Swiftly and Accurately with Artificial Satellites.
International Experts Gather for Joint Response to Repeated Droughts
K-water to Pioneer the Indonesian Water Market with SMEs.
Hydraulic Turbine Test platform Opened for the Revitalization of Hydroelectric Power Generation.