The NCWR Programme was launched by GWP-Med (coordinator) in 2008 in Greece and since then it has expanded in the Maltese Islands, in Cyprus, and in Sicily/ Italy. NCWR is a multi-stakeholder Programme, bringing together GWP-Med with the private sector and primary donors – the “Mission Water” Environmental Programme in Greece, the Coca-Cola Systems in Cyprus and Malta and the Coca-Cola Foundation in Atlanta, together with national and local authorities and NGOs, namely MIO-ECSDE (responsible of the educational component) and Nature Trust Malta. Apart from the educational activities for students and teachers the Programme included demonstration applications of NCWR systems, such as rainwater harvesting and greywater recycling, awareness raising activities for the public and capacity building workshops for administrators, technicians, etc. in order to advance the NCWR management. More at www.gwpmed.org/NCWR
Global Water Partnership – Mediterranean (GWP-Med) is a regional partnership of the Global Water Partnership (with inter-governmental status), established in 2002. GWP-Med is a multistakeholder platform bringing together competent organisations working on water issues from around the Mediterranean Region. Its goal is to promote action and exchange knowledge on Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) and the sustainable use
of water resources at regional, national, local (including transboundary) level. E email@example.com, W www.gwpmed.org, F/B www.facebook.com/GWPMed/
The Mediterranean Information Office for Environment, Culture and Sustainable Development (MIO-ECSDE) is a non-profit Federation of NGOs from the Mediterranean region working in the field of Environment and Sustainable Development. Since its establishment, back in 1996, MIO-ECSDE acts as a technical and political platform for the representation and intervention of the Civil Society in issues related to sustainability. E firstname.lastname@example.org, W www.mio-ecsde.org F/B https://www.facebook.com/MIOECSDE
The Mediterranean Education Initative for Education and Sustainability is the main long standing initiative of MIO-ECSDE having to do with education. It is actually a Mediterranean wide online network of educators on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) launched in 2002. Its main objective is to provide capacity building on ESD topics and methodologies, develop appropriate resources in many languages and facilitate the educators e-network Ε email@example.com W www.medies.net F/B www.facebook.com/MEdIES.Net/
The development of the app was possible through the support of the Coca Cola Foundation (Atlanta), within the NCWR Programme in the Mediterranean, as well as the EU Life Programme – Operating Grants for NGOs (2018-2019), of MIO-ECSDE.
The education team
- Content authoring & coordinators of the educational component of NCWR Programme: Vicky Malotidi & Iro Alampei, MEdIES/MIO-ECSDE
- Scientific Coordinator: Prof Michael Scoullos, MIO-ECSDE & GWP-Med Chair, UNESCO Chair and Network at the UoA
- Web development: Michelle Kondou
- Web design: Eleni Spyridaki
- NCWR Prgramme visual identity : Kostas Caparos & Caparo design crew
- NCWR Programme coordination: Konstantina Toli, GWP-Med
- NCWR education activities coordinator in Attica/Greece: Vassilis Psallidas, MEdIES / MIO-ECSDE
- NCWR education activities coordinator in Malta & Gozo: Marvic Refalo, Ekoskola/NTM
- NCWR educational activities coordinator in Cyprus: Aravella Zachariou, Cyprus Pedagogical Institute
As MEdIES, we would like to warmly thank all the formal and non-formal educators who have embraced the NCWR Programme all these years and have continually supported the implementation, monitoring, evaluation and the growth of the Programme in their regions.
Specifically we thank :
From Cyprus: G. Amirotou, St. Chatziachileos, C. Fanis, G. Herodotou, D. Mougianou, S. Kamenou, K. Kefalas, K. Michael, N. Paparanikolas.
From Greece : A. Athanasopoulos, V. Baliousis, D. Bia, M. Chatzieleftheriou, N. Chazapis, A. Dardioti, M. Dimopoulou, I. Dinou, A. Fragkouli , D. Gavrili, I. Glynos, D. Gotzos, A. Hatziparaskeyaidis, Th. Ioannou, D. Kafritsa, M. Kagiafa, Th. Karaventzas, A. Kastanas, V. Kioupi, K. Kirdi, P.Kotsabasi, G. Kottis, A. Koukoutsi, E. Lentza, P. Loi, E. Manousou, N. Mastoropoulos, A. Mavrakis, I. Michailidou, E. Moula, M. Mylona, E. Niarchou, A. Panagou, N. Papadakis, M. Papadopoulos, Th. Papapavlou, P. Papazoglou, F. Peppa , V. Petridou, E. Printezi, M. Spartinou, N. Stefanopoulos, M. Theocharopoulos, C. Tsaliki , P. Tselektsidou, A. Tsigkou, V. Vorila & G. Voulgaris.
From Malta : E. Saliba, E. Sammut Carbone & V. Attard.
From Italy: P. Bonelli & I. Tenessidis.