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Water Sum Project "The Application of Remotes Sensing Data in Water Resources and Agriculture Management"

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AWC presenting "The Application of Remotes Sensing Data in Water Resources and Agriculture Management" during the Regional Workshop on Data Processing and Exchange organized within the framework of the regional project Sustainable Use of Trans boundary Water Resources and Water Security Management (WATER SUM) which addresses water-related challenges and promotes regional cooperation in the Middle East and North Africa.

AWC presenting "The Application of Remotes Sensing Data in Water Resources and Agriculture Management" during the Regional Workshop on Data Processing and Exchange organized within the framework of the regional project Sustainable Use of Trans boundary Water Resources and Water Security Management (WATER SUM) which addresses water-related challenges and promotes regional cooperation in the Middle East and North Africa.

 

The Regional Workshop on Data Processing and Exchange was carried out from 22 to 24 November 24, 2016 at the Intercontinental City Stars in Cairo, Egypt. The Workshop was organized within the framework of the regional project Sustainable Use of Transboundary Water Resources and Water Security Management (WATER SUM) which addresses water-related challenges and promotes regional cooperation in the Middle East and North Africa. WATER SUM is implemented by the Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe (REC) and is funded by the Government of Sweden.

The Workshop is part of a series of activities related to water resources protection carried out through the project’s WATER POrT component (Water Resources Management Good Practices and Knowledge Transfer). The event gathered water practitioners dealing with data about water resources, including water and environmental authorities, experts, researchers and stakeholders responsible for reporting and data exchange at national and international level. Over three days, and six tailored working sessions, the workshop facilitated the exchange of best practices and of experience between Egypt, Jordan, Tunisia and other MENA countries as well as the building of common protocols for data exchange.