The Case Analysis of IMPROWARE Project with PRINCE Methodology Approach


  • Faezur Fahim Stockholm University



Project Methodology, PRINCE 2, Project Analysis, IMPROWARE, SSustainable Water Governance.


Water is related to social-political science, engineering, and technology. In most cases, we see the water governance concept based on the "tragedy of common" vision. Nevertheless, this IMPROWARE[1]  project can see the community's thinking method with technological interventions for sustainable water development. Despite being a pilot project with limited addition of activities, multisectoral intervention with thinking about community and International, national funding helped to make the project successful. This paper analyses how the project developed with the related concept of the PRINCE methodology, so further analysis of making any projects successful. The data was collected from the official site of project documents, and this paper correlates the PRINCE methodology and brings out innovative, preventive action during project times.


[1] Innovative Means to Protect Water Resources in the Mediterranean coastal areas through reinject of treated water.


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Fahim, F. (2023). The Case Analysis of IMPROWARE Project with PRINCE Methodology Approach. Journal of Student Research, 12(3).



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