Welcome to Joint Cooperation Programme (JCP)

About JCP

The Joint Cooperation Programme, a multi-year program between Bangladesh and the Netherlands is aimed at sharing and developing knowledge in the field of water management. This in relation with the recently approved Bangladesh Delta Plan 2100 and the major technical, environmental and governance challenges that lay ahead for the country located in one of the biggest and most vulnerable delta’s in the world. Within the JCP there are 4 partners participating: the Institute of Water Modelling, the Centre for Environmental and Geographic Information Services, the Wageningen University and Research and Deltares.

JCP News

  • From JCP we arranged a session in the 1st GOBESHONA Global Conference at 23/01/2021 & our topics of session was “Making delta knowledge available for action”. Key massages from the JCP session: 1. Bangladesh MetaModel gives policy makers better understanding; 2. There is an app with all info on BDP2100-the app is in the Google Play Store; 3. Research on current and future water-food nexus helps agriculture department.
  • Due to Corona Virus please check our Facebook page for the latest news. https://www.facebook.com/JCP-Bangladesh-The-Netherlands-1113368138862889/
  • Annual meeting of JCP was held during 16-17th February, 2020 at Brac CDM Savar. See more...
  • 4th International Conference on Sustainable Development, 2020 (ICSD4) will be held on 18-19 February, 2020. The Institute of Development Studies and Sustainability (IDSS), United International University (UIU), Bangladesh organizes this conference once in a year in collaboration with many organizations, a.o. Delta Forum. JCP actively engages in the ICSD4 to share its initial findings.
  • At October, 2019 a 5-day programme arranged @Dhaka of engaging presentations and training workshops on (1) Flood Risk Management; preparing for the future, (2) Ground- and surface water management; securing vulnerable water resources, (3) Morphology, erosion and sediment management; key to development, (4) Water quality and salinity; safeguarding water security and (5) Disaster Risk Reduction; inclusive and integrated approaches.
    The Dhaka Water Knowledge Days 2019 was jointly organised by Deltares, IWM, CEGIS and WUR. Please contact Shristi Vaidya (shristi.vaidya@deltares.nl) or Nishchal Sardjoe (Nishchal.sardjoe@deltares.nl) if you have any questions.
  • Institute of Water Modelling (IWM) and Centre for Environmental and Geographic Information Services (CEGIS) sign an agreement with Netherlands’ Deltares and Wageningen University at an event held at the Centre on Integrated Rural Development for Asia and the Pacific (CIRDAP) auditorium on Tuesday, June 18, 2019.
  • Under the JCP Project a 02 week training event was held during 12-25 may, 2019. The main goal of this training is to supporting the development of Bangladesh meta model. See more...
  • An internal kick off meeting was held during 25-27 February, 2019 at Rajendrapur. See more...