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UA studentfield trainingAugust 3


Involving  students into the process of the Ros river water assessment

EUWI+ together with the students and lecturers of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv had an open session on water resources monitoring .

At the moment the hydrology students of the geography department are having a hydrology field training in Bohuslav at the Ros river (Dnipro river basin district) and the geography student in Kaniv National Reserve (in Kaniv). Besides their main program, the students will also make an assessment of the physical-chemical status of the Ros river.



EUWI+ joined the process and organized the training session on water quality

The objective?  To share knowledge on water quality and how to determine the quality of water in water bodies. To achieve this, the project introduced water quality test kits to organize practical sessions.

Two training sessions for lecturers and students took place on 5 and 6 August.


UA studentfield trainingAugust 1

EUWI+ Country representative Oksana Konovalenko (on the right) with students from the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv


2 groups of students (about 20 students) were trained.

The students will then carry out water quality tests at about 5 monitoring points.

Such field trainings provide an opportunity for students to assess the river and its basin district and to realize the human influence. Thus, they understand more deeply the need for water protection.

The students’ findings and remarks will be collected in a report which they will develop within their field trainings.



  1. Dnipro River Basin Management Plan development (Ukrainian)
  2. Hydromorphological assessment (Ukrainian)