Our Mission

The mission of ICHARM is to serve as the Global Centre of Excellence for Water Hazard and Risk Management by, inter alia, observing and analyzing natural and social phenomena, developing methodologies and tools, building capacities, creating knowledge networks, and disseminating lessons and information in order to help governments and all stakeholders manage risks of water-related hazards at global, national, and community levels.
( Revision on 25th February, 2014 ( Partially citation ) )

4 February 2015
ICHARM Newsletter Volume 9 No.4 (Issue No.35) is now available check

The latest version of ICHARM newsletter is now available.

- Message from Director
- ICAHRM Advisor attends UNESCO IHP 2nd Category 2 Centres meeting
- 51st ICHARM R&D Seminar
- Vietnam IT experts visit ICHARM
- ICHARM Participates in JAXA Talk Event
- Minister from Uttar Pradesh State in India visit ICHARM
- ICHARM Director speaks at UNSGAB meeting
- Second joint project team meeting of Sentinel Asia Step 3
- IWA regional seminar at AIT in Bangkok, Thailand
- The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) member companies visit ICHARM
- Iranian parliamentary delegates visit ICHARM
- ICHARM attends wrkshop in Myanmar
- ADB Myanmar project launched
- ASEAN countries trained for IFAS
- M.Sc. students field tour
- Contribution by former M. Sc. student on flood in Serbia
- River flow observation and house survey in Lower Mekong Basin
- New ICHARM Member
- Message from a Visiting Researcher
- Publication List

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30 January 2015
Message from Director updated.  check


6 January 2015
Message from Director updated  

Season's Greetings from Toshio KOIKE, Director of ICHARM.


17 December 2014
Research Specialist Positions Available

ICHARM is now accepting one application for Research Specialist positions.
(Application has been closed)

11 December 2014
Report on 2013 - 2014 M.Sc. Program, “Water-related Disaster Management Course of Disaster Management Policy Program” has been updated.


2 December 2014
ICHARM Brochure has been updated.


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