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Sustainable Water Management and Hydrological Security in V4 group and Ukraine

Visegrad Fund – Standard Project No #21710373
The Project is being financed by Visegrad Fund

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Visegrad Fund – Standard Project No #21710373

Project title: Sustainable Water Management and Hydrological Security in V4 group and Ukraine The Project is being financed by Visegrad Fund Events: 1. First Meeting - 17-19 07 2017 - Kraków Cources proposed for Summer School (content and order should be negotiated):...

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Ogranization of the project

Ogranization of the project: - we try to recognize accommodation costs for Summer School I propose to create list of 5 students from each country with another 2 on reserve list Today (20170602) I will prepare and add test form for English exam - I try to organize some...

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Project Founder, Lider and Partners

University of Agriculture in Krakow (PL)

University of Agriculture in Krakow (PL)

Lider

http://en.ur.krakow.pl/

Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra (SK), Horticulture and Landscape Engineering Faculty

Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra (SK), Horticulture and Landscape Engineering Faculty

Partner

https://www.uniag.sk/en/

Institute of Hydrodynamics CAS, v. v. i. (CZ)

Institute of Hydrodynamics CAS, v. v. i. (CZ)

Partner

http://www.ih.cas.cz/en

National University of water and environmental engineering (UA)

National University of water and environmental engineering (UA)

Partner

http://en.nuwm.edu.ua/

The aim of the project is to integrate V4 community around new methods of integrated and sustainably managed reservoirs and watersheds. Project is dedicated to young people (students and secondary school pupils). At present water reservoirs become important objects of water management but also rural development. The group of V4 and Ukraine partners will compare methods of water management and defense employed not only in the Visegrad countries but also in Ukraine and Western Europe. Then the extended water management in V4 will be discussed and the outcomes will be presented to university and secondary school students. The young people will also have their say in the close to nature water management, prevention of floods and droughts as well as increasing security of water systems.