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Review of Water-Related Academic and Research Capacity in Central Asian Countries (English)

The report is a review of water-related academic and research capacity in Central Asian Countries.


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    Central Asia,

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    Europe and Central Asia,

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    Review of Water-Related Academic and Research Capacity in Central Asian Countries

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    water sector; water-related disaster risk management; water industry; higher educational institution; integrated water resources management; research and development institution; legal and regulatory framework; Economics of Water; cubic meter of water; social and economic development; per capita water supply; national water resource; water supply and sanitation; efficient use of water; water supply and drainage; Irrigation and Drainage Canals; Water and Energy; higher education institution; Water Resource Management; higher professional education; state educational standard; educational process; water use; teaching staff; higher vocational education; hydraulic engineering; construction and operation; labor market demand; national qualification system; water sector professional; water supply system; employment of graduates; secondary vocational education; educational program; water sector management; quality of education; million people; higher education quality; mobility of student; high school graduate; Research and Innovation; area of education; development of hydropower; hydroelectric power plant; social and environmental; diversification of curriculum; higher education training; higher education sector; dynamics of change; standards of education; exchange of students; development of water; opportunities for student; consumer of water; higher education program; private educational institution; future water sector; labor market need; number of water; organization of work; quality assurance system; Water and Agriculture; increase in population; quality assurance mechanism; water supply engineering; water saving technologies; water use management; shared water resource; power generation facility; review of water; national educational program; former soviet union; accumulation of credit; use of technology; scientific research institute; irrigation water demand; state educational institution; new organizational form; availability of laboratory; vocational secondary education; highly qualified specialist; introduction of water; lack of linkage; Employment and Growth; Maintenance of Irrigation; changing labor market; expansion of irrigation; low education quality; hours of service; private water sector; Science and Technology; global labor market; demand for professional; demand for water; main river basin; requirements for water; deterioration of water; project construction; vocational education program; investment in research; state educational policy; information and communication; system of assessment; Water and Land; improve water resource; industrial water supply; level of qualification; agricultural water supply; waterways and port; water management system; degradation of water; share of state; conduct of research; water resource conservation; transboundary water management; water sector reform; educational program quality; water treatment facility; professional standard; degree program; water professionals; irrigation system; total load; pumping station; advanced training



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Review of Water-Related Academic and Research Capacity in Central Asian Countries (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.