Partners with Peruvian universities to develop a post-secondary education program in IWRM promoting collaborative, informed and participatory decision-making amongst water users in mining regions.
Identifies strategies for increasing local capacity, welfare and economic benefits for women, with a focus on the role of women in mining-related water resource management and decision-making.
Clean Water and Sanitation
Public engagement in IWRM through community monitoring groups improves the access to, and sustainability of, water resources for all user groups in mining regions of Peru.
Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure
Case study of the Cerro Verde mine’s wastewater treatment facility explores the role of shared public-private infrastructure in IWRM planning.