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TRAINING PROGRAMS FUNDED BY UN ORGANIZATIONS

IRTCES has organized and implemented three training programs funded by UNDP, FAO, UNIDO and UNESCO
UNDP-Regional Training Program on Erosion and Sedimentation for Asia (RTPESA-RAS/88/026),(1988-1992)
UNDP/FAO/UNIDO-Farmer-centered Agricultural Resource Management Program (FARM-RAS/93/062),(1992-1998)
FAO/GCP-Participatory Watershed Management Training in Asia Program (PWMTA -GCP/RAS/161/NET),(1995-2000)

INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH PROGRAMS

Twenty-two research projects funded by UNESCO, UNDP, WMO and the German government, and Japanese government were implemented by IRTCES from 1984 to 2004.

· State-of-the-art of studies on soil erosion and its control in Loess areas in China (UNESCO)
· Research on water resources management(UNESCO)
· Analysis on peculiarities of the “92.8”flood event in the lower Yellow River (UNESCO)
· Application of GPS in reservoir sediment measurement(UNESCO)
· Shixia small watershed management project(UNESCO)
· Study of the protection on White Crane Ridge in the Yangtze River(UNESCO)
· Database of major rivers in China(UNESCO)
· Strategic measures for water management in the Fenhe River Basin(UNESCO)
· River mouth water management strategies for sustainable development of the region along the Bohai Bay of China (phase I & II)(UNESCO)
· Effect of watershed management on the reduction of sediment and runoff in the Jialing River(UNESCO)
· On the 1998 flood in the Yangtze River Basin
· 21st century strategies for mitigation of flood disaster in China (UNESCO)
· Strategy research on the comprehensive management and the sustainable develoment of the reservoirs on heavily sediment-laden rivers in North China (UNESCO)
· The variation in runoff and sediment load of the Yellow River(UNESCO)
· Strategy for integrated management of the Weihe River watershed (UNESCO)
· Support for sustainable development of the Yellow River Delta(UNDP)
· Sediment movement in unsteady and non-uniform flows in open channels (VW Foundation of Germany)
· Research on marine hollows (Sino-Japanese Joint Research)

INTERNATIONAL CONSULTATION PROGRAMS

IRTCES has also conducted ten consulting programs funded by UNESCO, WB, ADB, AMITY Foundation, and German and Dutch Governments.

 

 
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