Hosted at the University of Belgrade-Faculty of Civil Engineering
to help achieve Millennium Development Goals of ensuring environmental sustainability and promoting gender equality and empower women by promoting socio-economic-environmental resilience and sustainable development in South East Europe and in Africa and Asia
to increase the skills, capacity, networks and potential of leaders and prospective water managers and policy makers, through a co-ordinated suite of hydroinformatic modules addressing key issues in integrated water resource management using the Ecohydrology approach;
to strengthen and sustain institutional capacity by providing a platform for collaboration and institutional development via professional courses, student exchanges, professional internships and flexible learning;
to develop tools, case-studies and insights on Ecohydrology that extends global knowledge and supports integrated water resource management;
to educate a hundreds of hundreds of educators in near future;
to improve cooperation at the rivers’ basin levels for governance and efficient solution of the trans - border water resources management.