|Technical Cooperation Report for 2014
Each year, a report is issued on the activities of the IAEA's technical cooperation programme. These reports include a summary of major issues, activities and achievements, together with financial information.
Report available here: Arabic | Chinese | English | French | Russian | Spanish
Supplement available here: English only
|2014 TC project Success Stories
Each year, success stories of technical cooperation projects are released explaining the background, project and impact. All success stories from 2007 onwards are available here.
|The Science of Soil: Using radionuclides to support soil conservation
Land degradation and soil erosion threaten agricultural productivity, food security and environmental sustainability. Because formation of new soil takes place over a period of thousands of years, in human terms it is essentially a finite resource.
|Radiation Technologies: Contributing to a Cleaner Environment and Better Health Care - Industrial Waste Management and Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs)
Persistent organic pollutants (POPs) are toxic chemicals that adversely affect human health and the environment. The IAEA is exploring new ways to use electron beam (e-beam) technology to protect the environment and reduce risks to human health.
|The IAEA Technical Cooperation Programme:
Delivering results for peace and development
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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|The Nile Basin Project: Identifying Surface and Groundwater Interactions
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
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
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
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