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The IAEA technical cooperation programme: An overview
(May 2018)

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Summary of the IAEA technical cooperation conference
(September 2017)
To mark the 60th anniversary of the IAEA technical cooperation (TC) programme, the International Conference on the IAEA Technical Cooperation Programme: Sixty Years and Beyond — Contributing to Development took place in Vienna from 30 May to 1 June 2017. Read more »
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IAEA Technical Cooperation In Asia and the Pacific
(July 2017)
The IAEA’s technical cooperation programme is active in 41 countries and territories in the Asia and the Pacific region. The programme provides support in a wide range of areas that include improving nutrition and human health, increasing food security, better managing groundwater resources, enhancing energy development planning, supporting quality control in industrial development, and ensuring a cleaner and safer environment. Read more »
IAEA Technical Cooperation in Asia and the Pacific
(May 2017)
Monitoring Air Pollution
Promoting Nuclear Science Education
Supporting Industrial Uses of E-Beam
Helping Produce More Food for All
Making Food Safe for Consumption
Building Competence in Nuclear Medicine
Promoting Health and Well Being
Protecting Monuments and Structures
Breeding Healthier Livestock
Supporting Industrial Development
Protecting Marine Ecosystems
Monitoring Marine Ecosystems
Building Partnerships in Science
Understanding Soil Erosion
Ensuring Access to Clean Water
Assessing Pollution in Freshwater Bodies

The IAEA Technical Cooperation Programme:
Delivering results for peace and development
(September 2016)

The technical cooperation (TC) programme is the main mechanism through which the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) delivers services to its Member States. Through the programme, the IAEA helps Member States to build, strengthen and maintain human and institutional capacities for the safe, peaceful and secure use of nuclear technology in support of national development priorities.
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IAEA Technical Cooperation In Africa
(September 2016)
The IAEA provides assistance to African Member States in line with Africa’s regional and national development priorities, in fields where nuclear techniques have a comparative advantage or can supplement conventional technologies. Read more »
Best Practices in the IAEA’s technical cooperation programme
(September 2016)
The Department of Technical Cooperation collects and disseminates information on best practices to encourage and support information sharing, continuous learning, innovation, networking and the development of communities of practices.
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Getting to know the Compendium: IAEA-Supported Resources and Activities for Teaching Nuclear Science and Technology in Secondary Schools
(August 2016)
The Compendium has been developed by the IAEA as part of a project supporting sustainability and networking among national nuclear institutions in Asia and the Pacific region. This booklet explains more about compendium and the activities carried out through the technical cooperation project.
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How oceans- and seas-related measures contribute to the economic, social and environmental dimensions of sustainable development: Local and regional experiences (UNDESA)
(September 2014)
The e-publication is a contribution to a growing collection of studies on how to conserve and sustainably manage the resources of the oceans and seas to foster sustainable development. It contains a selection of successful local and regional examples of oceans- and seas-related measures from around the world. Published by UNDESA in collaboration with UN-DOALOS of the United Nations Office of Legal Affairs, IAEA,  IMO, IOC-UNESCO, UNDP, UNEP and UNWTO.
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IAEA Technical Cooperation Fellows 2005–2008: Where are they now? A Report on the Fellowship Survey 2005–2008
(July 2014)

In order to assess the impact and quality of the fellowship component of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) technical cooperation (TC) programme, the Department of Technical Cooperation conducts occasional surveys of former fellows. This survey covers fellowships from the years 2005 to 2008.
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Developing Infrastructure for New Nuclear Power Programmes:
IAEA Services for Member States
(March 2014)

This brochure, produced  by the IAEA Department of Nuclear Energy, identifies major components of the Milestones approach and highlights services available to IAEA Member States.
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Groundwater in the Sahel region: Enabling integrated management of water resources in thirteen African countries
(September 2013)
In Africa, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is undertaking a large scope technical cooperation project to enable and promote the integrated management and sustainable development of the shared groundwater resources in the Sahel region.
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Connecting the dots: linking technical cooperation projects on transboundary groundwater resources in Africa
(September 2013)
The Nubian and the Sahel projects address key gaps in the methodology, data and human resource capacity needed in order to gain understanding of the selected aquifer systems. The two projects not only promote integrated management of transboundary groundwater resources, but both also follow the same strategy to reach their goals.
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The Nile Basin Project: Identifying Surface and Groundwater Interactions
(September 2013)

The Nile Basin Project is a joint activity by UNDP and the IAEA, which aims to fill an information gap about the role of groundwater and its contribution to water balances in lakes, rivers and wetlands in the Nile Basin.
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The Nubian Sandstone Aquifer System Project: Mapping the World’s Largest Known Fossil Aquifer
(September 2013)

The Nubian Sandstone Aquifer System project is a successfully completed joint project of UNDP-GEF, UNESCO and the IAEA to support the establishment of a regional strategy for the integrated management of the Nubian Sandstone Aquifer System (NSAS).
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Designing High Quality IAEA Technical Cooperation Projects:  Basics on the Logical Framework Approach (LFA)

A new e-learning course on Designing High Quality IAEA Technical Cooperation Projects: Basics on the Logical Framework Approach (LFA) is now available under the IAEA CLP4NET Platform and can be accessed  in English or Spanish. This e-learning course provides the methodolgies for the development of projects according to the standards and quality criteria adopted for the TC programme.
Making a Difference with Nuclear Technology
(September 2012)

Read how the IAEA uses nuclear technology to make a difference for sustainable development.
Food for the Future | Water Matters | Sustainable Energy | Better Human Health |
Efficient Industry, Cleaner Environment | Managing Radioactive Waste

Designing IAEA Technical Cooperation Projects using the Logical Framework Approach: A quick reference guide
(September 2012)
This quick reference guide is designed to support the Project Design phase of the technical cooperation programming (TC) cycle. It focuses on the transition from project concepts to Project Documents.
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Developing Infrastructure for New Nuclear Power Programmes – IAEA Services for Member States
(September 2011)

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