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ICIWaRM Hosts Pakistan Water Resources Delegation

Published April 7, 2011
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ALEXANDRIA, VA—April 7, 2011. ICIWaRM recently hosted a Pakistan water resources delegation visiting Washington, D.C. The visit focused on water resources in Pakistan. It resulted in the exchange of ideas for collaboration relating to Pakistan’s National Flood Management Analysis Report. Data were shared to continue collaborative efforts on an integrated flood management analysis of the Indus River basin.

On the week of March 7, ICIWaRM met with Southeast Asia staff at the World Bank to address gaps and technical needs for Pakistan flood management follow-up efforts. ICIWaRM staff members Eugene Stakhiv, Guillermo Mendoza, Jason Giovennetone and Landon Marston presented the ICIWaRM post-flood report for Pakistan and a preliminary status report on modeling work. World Bank staff provided feedback and guidance on new directions.

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The International Center for Integrated Water Resources Management (ICIWaRM) is a UNESCO Category 2 water centre headquartered at IWR. ICIWaRM is a consortium of U.S. Government agencies, university departments, and non-governmental organizations committed to working together in support of the strategic program objectives of UNESCO's International Hydrological Programme (IHP). The overall mission of ICIWaRM is the advancement of the science and practice of integrated water resources management to address water security and other water-related challenges by regional and global action.

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