knowledge Transfer and information is a term used to encompass a very broad range of activities to support beneficial collaborations between research centers, universities, businesses and public sector. The knowledge transfer strategy depends on the type of knowledge generated. While pure scientific results are not suitable for public communication, practical solution can help farmers, herders and environmentalist in their work and protection of natural recourses. Water harvesting is group technique(s) that intend to avail alternative water sources for various domestic, productive and environmental utilizations. Thus, WH systems are site and problem oriented techniques. Research on water harvesting systems in need to target physically water scarce areas in Sudan where human is suffering to avail water for their different uses. Communication of successful and potential water saving technologies with decision makers and local authorities will be important knowledge dissemination activity. Additionally, pilot and on field demonstrations will have great impact on the locals to adopt such technologies. The knowledge transfer is not one direction process, while approved technologies need to be disseminated to locals indigenous knowledge is important to direct future research.
Considering the above mentioned guidelines, the following headings describe our endeavors to achieve our objectives:
There are number of activities as:
The center will work to make a number of advancement in relation to changing different stockholder’s interpretation and behaviors about research in water harvesting.
The center will actively support different stakeholders on an ongoing basis to build their own knowledge