(10-11)Dec.2016, Corinthia Hotel
The RCWH conducted a workshop titled “Water Harvesting and Ground Water Recharge” by the a wide participation from local, regional and international experts from different institutes in fields related to Water Harvesting and Ground Water.
The aim of the workshop is to improve the national policies for Water Harvesting (WH) and Management of Artificial Groundwater Recharge(MAR) (building on Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) concept) in the region, and to exhibiting the role of WH and MAR in solving water scarcity problems in arid and semi-arid zones and finding solutions for successful and sustainable management of projects taking in to consideration socio-economic, environmental and institutional factors, furthermore to sharing experiences, skills and methodologies and building Network among specialists and regional institutions.
The workshop was attended by 52 researchers, experts, and professional in fields related to Water Harvesting and Groundwater. 14 experts has been participated and presented a scientific papers in different disciplines explained results of research and experience related to the subject.
The outcome of this two days’ workshop: