IHE Delft Institute for Water Education
Founded as International Institute for Hydraulic and Environmental Engineering – Institut international pour l'hydraulique et l'environnement – Internationaal Instituut voor Waterbouwkunde en Milieubeheer, jointly by Delft University of Technology and G-XG3074 - Netherlands Organization for International Cooperation in Higher Education. Subsequently changed title to International Institute for Infrastructural, Hydraulic and Environmental Engineering (IHE Delft). 5 Nov 2001, at 31st General Conference of B-XB3383 - UNESCO, in Paris (France), endorsed the establishment of IHE under the title: UNESCO - IHE Institute for Water Education – Institut UNESCO-IHE pour l'éducation relative à l'eau. Previously integral part of UNESCO. Current title adopted 1 Jan 2017.
Contribute to the education and training of professionals; build the capacity of sector organizations, knowledge centres and other institutions active in the fields of water, the environment and infrastructure in developing countries and countries in transition.
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