The online course was developed within the framework of the UNDP-GEF project “Advancing Integrated Water Resource Management (IWRM) across the Kura river basin through implementation of the transboundary agreed actions and national plans”. The objective is to help citizens understand the importance of rational use of water resources and encourage them to change behavior. The project is implemented by the non-profit organization “Environment and Development” with the support of the consulting company “Mindworks”.
We have created an online course with engaging educational animated videos that will help you understand what knowledge you have now about water resources management and imagine what you can start doing today for a better future.
The objective of the course is to help interested people understand the critical issues related to the sustainably managing water resources: existing problems and challenges, expected outcomes and risks, practical tips and concrete solutions.
Who is the course for?
Anyone interested in using water resources can use the online course. It can be especially useful for farmers, local government employees and business representatives.
Structure and required time to pass
The course consists of five modules. Each module has one animated video and one short test. The average video length is 4-6 minutes and includes an overview of important issues. Each test consists of several questions and 10 minutes will be enough to complete it. You can reset tests several times. You will need 1-1.5 hours to fully complete the course.
The online course is developed by experts from “Environment and Development” and “Mindworks”.
Kakhaber Bakhtadze, Project Manager, Environment and Development
Irakli Kobulia, Subject Matter Expert, Environment and Development
Shota Murtskhvaladze, Online Course Design Manager, Mindworks
Natia Gabrichidze, Instructional Designer, Mindworks
Guram Qveladze, Graphic Designer, Mindworks