Our approach



Integrated Water Resource Management (IWRM)

 
Global Water Jobs' approach is in line with IWRM, which can be defined as a coordinated, goal-directed process for controlling the development and use of river, lake, ocean, wetland, and other water assets. This approach involves applying knowledge from various disciplines as well as the insights from diverse stakeholders to plan and implement efficient, equitable, and sustainable solutions to water and development problems. The International Community has recommended IWRM since the adoption of Agenda 21 at the Rio World Summit on Sustainable Development in 1992. 


The disciplines displayed in the above schematic can be applied to a variety of fields. Below is a non-exhaustive list of fields of work encompassed by IWRM.
 
Administration, HR, Management, Accounting/Finance
Agriculture, Livelihoods, Microfinance, Rural
Capacity Building, Training, Advocacy, Political
Communications, IT, Media, Knowledge Management, Editorial
Disaster, Aid, Emergencies, Relief
Environment, Climate, Energy, Water, Sanitation
Fundraising, Business Development, Grant Proposal Writing
Government/Governance, Law, Reforms, Corruption
Health, Doctors, Nurses, HIV/AIDS
Human Rights, Law, Migration, Conflict, Justice
Infrastructure, Technology, Engineering, Science
Policy, Research, Analysis
Project Management, Monitoring, Evaluation
Private Sector, Corporate Social Responsibility
Social, Education, Gender, Youth, Children
Trade, Technical Assistance, Economics, Cooperation, Global







 
 
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