The UN World Water Assessment Programme is building a roster of authors and writers with specific knowledge of key water-related sectors and relevant topics

11 March 2011

The World Water Assessment Programme (WWAP) produces a variety of publications, including the triennial World Water Development Report, thematic "Special Reports", shorter "Briefing Notes" and educational materials related to water.

Water is a cross-cutting subject with strong links to human health, socio-economic development and the environment. In this regard, WWAP is consistently on the lookout for experts with specific knowledge of key water-related sectors and topics to contribute to the work and publications of the Programme.

WWAP has decided to build a roster to identify individuals who are able and willing to contribute to the processes of writing, reviewing and/or revising material for eventual inclusion in a WWAP publication.

Applicants must have a good command of English and be able to demonstrate their ability to write original material that relates directly to their field or region of expertise (see "Field of Expertise" below). They must have at least seven years of relevant experience and hold an advanced degree from a recognized university.

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