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UNEP/ IW:LEARN Regional IT Workshop

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Information on UNEP/IW:LEARN IT workshop. the page includes links to background readings, agenda, participants list, presentations, help files, photos, and project website mock-ups.

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Venue: Mombasa, Kenya
Date(s): 13th – 15th November, 2006.

IW:LEARN aims to strengthen International Waters Management by facilitating learning and information sharing amongst projects.  This workshop is designed for any project staff who would like to take advantage of the free tools and services offered by IW:LEARN to meet its aim.

Group photo for IW:LEARN IT workshop

Click here to see entire photo album for the workshop

Fron left:(1st row) Angelina Masera, Euidea YUN , Edna Onkundi, Juliet Nakasagga, Deepa Jani, Linda Ogwell, Olena Rudenko
(2nd Row) Asande A. Ongoro, Prayag Hemansing, Jemal Dagnew, Patrick Rutagwera, , Sean Khan, Ihemeje Ugochukwu Chinedu, Islam Taha, , Nicodemus Odhiambo Marcus, Mohammed Bila, Mohamedou OULD BABA SY, Roger Lewis Leh, Bovorn Siriampairat.
(3rd row) Charles Theuri Thuita, Ismail, Jacton Opiyo, Mohamed Rahim, Ephrem Getahun, Richard Cooper

Who should attend this workshop?

Project managers or their appointed project staff (e.g. information specialist, administrator, etc) interested in learning a project website and applying GIS and database technology within a website.

The basic requirements for participants attending the workshop include:

  1. Basic knowledge of Information Technology e.g. word processing, internet.

  2. Participant must be responsible or involved in development, > maintenance/updating content on the website.

"Prior experience with Information Technology is NOT required."


  1. Limited funds are available to sponsor participants to attend the workshop.
  2. Registration to attend the workshop is required.
  3. UNEP/IW:LEARN staff in consultation with interested projects will develop mock-up websites prior to the workshop.
  4. During the workshop each participant will be learning on their own version of a project website (e.g. http://pemsea.iwlearn.org, http://iwww.wiolab.org)

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