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UNESCO-IHE: Mobilizing Knowledge for Development; Connectivity for Life. ©UNESCO-IHE 2004
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UNESCO-IHE: Mobilizing Knowledge for Development; Connectivity for Life

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UNESCO-IHE is considered the largest postgraduate education institute in the world for water, environment and infrastructure. Since its creation in 1957, UNESCO-IHE has already provided education, training and research to more than 12,000 water sector professionals from 120 different countries.

(This film is also available as a shorter, 8 minutes version)

Place/Country: Various countries
Type: Documentary
Credits: Rabin Baldewsingh, director. Amand Wolzak, participant.
UNESCO-IHE, producer. All Media Productions, co-producer.
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