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A consultation meeting of the Arab Water Council was held in Cairo Marriott Hotel, Egypt, on the 18th of November 2018. It was held on occasion of the 14th Board of Governors meeting to discuss the triennial work plan of the Council for the next term (2019-2021).Nike Sneakers | Buy Yeezy Slides 'Core' - Kanye West x Adidas — Ietp
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The Council has announced an international award for researchers and innovators in the water and related issues in Arab and Islamic countries.
As part of fostering further cooperation between The Arab Water council (AWC) and the Institute of Water Management (IWMI). A Memorandum of Understanding was recently signed by AWC president, H.E. Dr. Mahmoud Abu Zeid and IWMI Director General, Ms. Claudia Sadoff.
The Arab Water Council becomes part of the technical team for the preparation of LAS regional report on “Sustainable Development in Conflict-Affected Settings”
Under the patronage of the General Secretariat of the League of Arab States, the Arab Water Council was honored to participate in the first "End of Hunger" Sub-Committee meeting that was held between the 18-19 September, 2018.
The Arab Water Council has the honor to support “The Big 5 Construct Egypt” set to take place this September on 18-21 at Egypt’s International Exhibition Center and organized by DMG Company – organizer of Egypt Petroleum Show-EGYPS 2017.
The conference program consisted of 6 thematic sessions, in which 38 speakers participated including experts, researchers, investors and professors in water technology, management, water rationalization, desalination and water treatment.latest Running | Men's Sneakers
The Arab Water Council has been nominated by the World Bank to represent the Arab-African Countries at the Youth Leadership Program in Belt and Road / Agricultural Cooperation for Africa, among 30 young African leaders from around 20 African countries. The program was jointly launched by the United Nations Office for South-South Cooperation, the Institute for South-South Cooperation in Agriculture, and China Agricultural University on the 27th of August, 2018 in Beijing.
H.E. Dr. Mahmoud Abu-Zeid, President of the Arab Water Council and former Minister of Water Resources and Irrigation of Egypt, has been unanimously elected as Egypt’s candidate to represent the Arab countries in the UNESCO International Hydrological Program (IHP) for the next two years. The election took place on the occasion of the 23rd Session of the IHP Intergovernmental Council held in Paris on June 11, 2018.
The Arab Water Council and The Arab Water Council Youth Network had the pleasure to be invited to the closing ceremony of the "Model of League of Arab States" at the French University in Egypt (Université Française d'Egypte)
H.E. Dr. Hussein El Atfy, Arab Water Council (AWC) Secretary General at the 8th World Water Forum (WWF) in Brasilia, Brazil Representing AWC in a couple of sessions includingSportswear Design | Jordan Ανδρικά • Summer SALE έως -50%
AWC Participating in World Bank S-S Knowledge Exchange Study Tour.
In the framework of the "MENA Aquifer Storage & Recovery" Project, AWC in coordination with the USGS, has organized the 1st Supervision mission that took place on 4th –7th of December, 2017 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.best Running shoes brand | balerínky
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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 includesBest Authentic Sneakers | Nike hulk nike dunks for sale on ebay shoes 2017 UV - Grailify
The 4th Arab Water Forum (AWF) held 23 sessions, 2 plenaries, 3 meetings and 18 special sessions, which all had the same key messages: