International Centre for Coast Ecohydrology (ICCE)
Oct 2009, Portugal, with the approval of General Assembly of B-XB3383 - UNESCO.
Contribute to the implementation of UNESCO's programmes, particularly the International Hydrological Program, through the development of scientific knowledge based on the concept of ecohydrology and the establishment of educational strategies and cultural dissemination for the society, which harmonize the sustainable use of aquatic resources with the enhancement of human being, contributing to the improvement of quality of life of society, with special emphasis on Africa and areas of Mediterranean climate.
Departments (3): Education; Science and Cooperation; Communication.
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