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AWC organized the 1st supervision of the China-World Bank partnership Facility (CWPF) project on the “Regional Coordination on Improved Agriculture Water Management by Applying ET Monitoring and Management System” which includes 5 partner countries (Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Tunisia) aiming to Establish the national and regional ET measurement, monitoring, and management system, by transferring the advanced Chinese ET-Watch System to the beneficiary countries as well as help the countries to better manage local and regional agriculture water resources and reduce the threat of climate change to vulnerable agricultural production systems within and across the region.

The Mission took place at the Intercontinental Cairo City Stars Hotel during the event of the 4th Arab Water Forum back in November 26-28, 2017. The Mission continued till the 29th of November with the objective of following up on the latest progress of the project as well as attending the results dissemination session of the National Authority for Remote Sensing and Space Sciences (NARSS) under the “Regional Coordination on Improved Water Resources Management and Capacity Building program” in which the implementing agencies of the CWPF project were partners for its first phase.

The mission was a good chance for all the project management units from the 5 countries to discuss the current situation and agree on the next steps for the project implementation.

The 4th Arab Water Forum (AWF) held 23 sessions, 2 plenaries, 3 meetings and 18 special sessions, which all had the same key messages:
Water challenges facing the Arab Region:
• Increasing water demand and sectoral competition causing more stress on water resources;
• Climate change and extreme events;
• Lack of knowledge and technical capacities;
• Deterioration of peace and security in the Region and its implications on water and food security;
• Water terrorism and upstream hegemony in shared river basins in addition to the so called cyber war over water.
These challenges are threatening the achievement of the SDGs especially SDG6 on water.
Here’s the link for all of the presentations held during the forum: http://arabwatercouncil.org/4thAWF/Presentations.html

Thanks to your cooperation in the above activities, the Forum was a real success story. Looking forward to further future joint activities en route to Sustainable Development of the Arab region.


The first technical meeting of the water sector was held today with the participation of the Arab Water Council at the European Union headquarters delegation in Egypt to follow up on the Arab high-level initiative with the international financial institutions and the Arab coordination group, where a number of representatives The main. Partners exchanged the following proposed steps to be taken within the framework of the European Union High-level initiative, particularly in the water sector in Egypt; the parties also discussed investments made to support this sector from all development partners, and ways and means of cooperation were discussed. Possible, possible areas of co-financing in water.

The Arab Water Council (AWC) has the pleasure to announce the convention of the 4th edition of the Arab Water Forum to be conducted in November 26-28, 2017, in Cairo, Egypt. Under the auspices of the League of Arab States (LAS) and the Ministry of Water Resources and Irrigation of Egypt.
The series of the tri-annual Arab water Fora (AWF) continues to promote a regional platform for engaging AWC members, decision-makers, water resources experts, practitioners and institutions into dialogue on all aspects of water management for growth and sustainable development in the Arab Region.
For more information about the event, please find the first announcement uploaded on the Forum website at :http://arabwatercouncil.org/4thAWF/files/1st%20ann.pdf.

With its aim to promote better understanding and management of water resources in the Arab States and Under it's regional coordination/cooperation activities, The Arab Water Council Business Development Department Team will be visiting the Dead Sea Jordan by the end of February for a kickoff meeting with the USGS (U.S. Geological Survey) and USAID (US Agency for International Development) for a new program "ACCELERATION OF AQUIFER STORAGE & RECOVERY".