UNESCO and Government of the Netherlands reaffirmed commitment to IGRAC until 2022

We are very happy to tell that the United Nations Organization for Education, Science and Culture (UNESCO) and the Government of the Netherlands reaffirmed their commitment to IGRAC this Tuesday December 6, by signing a new agreement until 2022.

This agreement was signed by Ms. Irina Bokova (to the right), Director-General of UNESCO, and Ms. Margot Llompart (on the left), Deputy Permanent Delegate of the Netherlands to UNESCO, during a signing ceremony held at the UNESCO Headquarters in Paris, France. This photo was originally taken by UNESCO.

We offer a scan of this agreement to show the successful achievement that IGRAC can again be a UNESCO-center for another 6 years. The official publication of the signed agreement can be found here at the Dutch treaty database.

More information on the re-establishment of the international groundwater resources assessment Centre can be found here at the official IGRAC website.