Regional Humid Tropics Hydrology and Water Resources Centre for South East Asia and the Pacific (HTC)
1996-04-17 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
Established upon approval of Malaysia Cabinet Paper. Memorandum of Agreement signed between Government of Malaysia and B-XB3383 - UNESCO, 28 Oct 1999. Founded as one of the UNESCO Category 2 Water Centre, to achieve the 2030 Agenda of the Sustainable Development Goals.
Promote a conducive atmosphere for collaboration among countries in the regions of Southeast Asia and the Pacific through technology and information exchange, education and science; increase scientific and technological knowledge about hydrologic cycle, thus increasing our capacity to better manage and develop our water resources in a holistic manner.
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Coordination Committee (meets annually) oversees programmes and activities and comprises Chairman, Secretary, representatives from National Committee for IHP, UNESCO of Southeast Asia and the Pacific, UNESCO, intergovernmental organizations and observers. Secretariat operated by staff of the Department of Irrigation and Drainage Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia).
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