The (RCWH) has participated in the Regional Nile Day

The Regional Center for Capacity Development and Research in Water Harvesting (RCWH) has participated in the Regional Nile Day, which was organized by the Ministry of Irrigation and Water Resources(MIWR) in Khartoum, Sudan ,  Friendship Hall on Saturday, February 22, 2020. It is a celebration held annually in one of the Nile Basin Initiative countries  read more…

Assessment of Hafir’s systems in Sudan: Technical, Socio-Economic and Environmental Aspects

A comprehensive analysis titled “Assessment of Hafir’s systems in Sudan: Technical, Socio-Economic and Environmental Aspects” was commissioned by UNICEF – Sudan and executed by UNESCO Category II Regional Center for Capacity Building and Research in Water Harvesting (RCWH) in collaboration with (Water Harvesting Administration, Dams Implementation Unit (DIU) ) . The aim was to assess  read more…

Introduction and basics of Remote Sensing Training Course Module for Water Harvesting Applications.

During 19-23 March 2019 the Department of Capacity Development has organized a training course that covered theoretical and practical sessions about Remote Sensing (RS) techniques and application in hydrology and water harvesting. The training course was attended by 24 professionals and Engineers from all segments of the Ministry of Water Resources, Irrigation and Electricity, as  read more…

(English) Follow up Meeting with the States’ Water Directors to present the outputs and endorsements of the Expert Meeting held last February in Khartoum under the title: “Towards Sustainable Operation, Maintenance, and Management Systems of Water Harvesting Facilities in Sudan”

Follow up Meeting with the States’ Water Directors to present the outputs and endorsements of the Expert Meeting held last February in Khartoum under the title: “Towards Sustainable Operation, Maintenance, and Management Systems of Water Harvesting Facilities in Sudan” The Research Department has conducted a follow up meeting with the States’ Water Directors (SWD) that  read more…

Workshop The Role of Stakeholders in Promoting the Sustainable Development Goals Related to the Water Harvesting

On the 27 -28 Feb. 2018 The Regional Centre of Water Harvesting RCWH, UNESCO Khartoum office conducted a workshop “ The role of stockholders in promoting the sustainable development goals related to the water harvesting“ in  Grand holiday villa, Khartoum. More than 25 international organization, national companies and institutes in field related to the water  read more…

Joint Research Project (Khor Baraka):

In response to the request from the Institute for Technology and Resources Management in the Tropic and Subtropics (ITT) – Cologne University of Applied Sciences, Germany http://www.tt.th-koeln.de/– to conduct a joint research between the ITT and the RCWH, the RCWH suggested the study to be conducted in the Eastern Sudan, precisely in the transboundary stream  read more…

Integrated and Sustainable Management of Non-Nile Water in Sudan Conference

21St–23rdNovember,2017 Corinthia Hotel-Khartoum A three days’ conference on “Integrated and Sustainable Management of Non-Nile Water in Sudan”was held in Khartoum with a broad participation of national and international water experts. The conference was initiated by the United Nations Environment (UNE) and the UNESCO Chair in Water Resources (UCWR) at the Omdurman Islamic University, in collaboration  read more…

Upper Atbara and Setit Dam Complex Field Training Trip

20Oct 2017 On 20Oct, membesr of the CBM committee at RCWH was visited Gedarif state  this field training included standing on construction and operation system “ Upper Atbara and Setit Dam Complex„, mainly visiting: Upper Atbara and Setit Dam Complex Setit power station Gedarif City water supply station under construction The purpose of the visit  read more…

Hawata Wadelegiely Project Field Training Trip

18Oct – 19Oct 2017 on 18and 19October ,members of the Community-based management CBM committee at RCWH,  they was visited Gedarif and Sinnar States . This field training included standing on water supply“ Hawata and Wad Elegeily  water project„, mainly visiting: Wad Elegeily well network (Sinnar State) Hawata water supply control station Water Corporation of Hawata  read more…

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