Welcome to the CAWa Green Project

Central Asia faces big water-related challenges, among them water scarcity, degrading water quality and inefficient water use. Climate change may even aggravate the situation. These challenges can be met only in a joint effort of all Central Asian states. The CAWa-Green project in the frame of the “Green Central Asia Initiative” intends to contribute to a sound scientific and a reliable regional data basis for the development of sustainable water management strategies in Central Asia.

ONLINE CAWa Green Summer School 2021

Traditional CAWa Green Summer School, 7th in the row, was held from 14th to 25th of June 2021. This edition of the Summer School was realized in an online format due to the current pandemic situation, that prevented Summer School from happening last year completely.

2nd Tashkent Water Security Lectures (online)

The second edition of Tashkent Water Security Lectures (TWSL) took place online on the 1st of June 2021.

ONLINE CAWa Green Summer School 2021 : Call for Application

The Call for applications for the 7th ONLINE Summer School from 14 to 25 June 2021

"Water in the Aral Sea Basin under Climate Change - Management and policy challenges from data and knowledge perspectives"

YouTube Channel "CAWa Green"

To highlight the various functionalities of WUEMoCA tool, the development team has now launched

a new YouTube channel “CAWA Green”.

Central Asia Climate Portal

The Central Asia Climate Information Platform (CACIP) is developed within the framework of World Bank funded initiative Climate Adaptation and Mitigation Program for Aral Sea Basin (CAM4ASB).

1st Tashkent Water Security Lectures

In the CAWa-Green Project frame, as part of a "Green Central Asia" Program, the 1st Tashkent Water Security Lectures (TWSL) took place online on the 10th and 11th of December of 2020.

MODSNOW Training at Kyrgyzhydromet and CAIAG

In the frame of the CAWa-Green project, implemented as part of the Green Central Asia initiative to Central Asia, the MODSNOW technical training was conducted for the employees of the Central Asian Institute of Applied Geosciences and the National Hydrometeorological Service of Kyrgyzstan (Kyrgyzhydromet).