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On June 18th through the 22nd, NIMA will be offering the course  in partnership with the Cardinal Paul Poupard Foundation.

The aim of the course is to present an overview of the current situation of water resources in Brazil and around the world, and students will make a local diagnosis of the Gávea valley and create a water management plan for the Rio Rainha microbasin. The course is free (students will only be charged a registration fee of R$40) and open to undergraduate and graduate students of PUC-Rio.

Those interested should register at the CCE and provide their enrollment number, curriculum vitae and a statement of intent/cover letter (stating the student’s interest in participating in the course and any relevant experience) as part of the selection process.

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