Integration de la Gestion des Eaux Souterraines

Le thème de la gestion des eaux souterraines dans les organismes de bassin n’est pas complètement nouveau, et il a été discuté lors d’événements internationaux tels que la Semaine Africain de l’Eau, la Semaine Mondiale de l’Eau de Stockholm et d’autres rencontres similaires. Le processus qui a mené à la production de ce ma- nuel de formation est que pour la première fois des organismes africains de bassin transfrontalier ont été directement impliqués dans une «Une étude d’évaluation des besoins de gestion des eaux souterraines» et dans le développement ultérieur de matériels de formation pour la gestion des eaux souterraines transfrontalières. De nombreuses organisations internationales telles que l’AGW-Net, BGR, IGRAC, le PNUD-Cap-Net, IWMI, et l’ancienne équipe GW-MATE de la Banque mondiale ont soutenu ce processus, et ont apporté une contribution précieuse pour ce manuel.

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Integration of Groundwater Management

The topic of groundwater management in basin organizations is not completely new, and it has been discussed at international events such as the Africa Water Week, the Stockholm World Water Week and other similar meetings. The process that led to the production of this training manual was the first time that African transboundary basin organizations were directly involved in a “Groundwater Management Needs Assess- ment Survey” and in the subsequent development of training materials for transbound- ary groundwater management. Many international organizations such as AGW-Net, BGR, IGRAC, UNDP-Cap-Net, IWMI, and the former GW-MATE team of the World Bank supported this process and have provided valuable inputs to this manual.
These manual and modules are also available in French.
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Training Course: Negotiated Approach in Integrated Groundwater Management – 7th Oct in Kolkata, India and 10th Oct in Khulna, Bangladesh

SaciWATERs South Asia Cap-Net Network (SCAN) for the first in the series of workshops on ‘Negotiated Approach in Integrated Groundwater Management’ plans to organize a workshop on 7th October, 2015 in Kolkata, India and 10th October in Khulna Bangladesh.

The workshop is part of the project titled ‘Shifting Grounds: Institutional transformation, enhancing knowledge and capacity to manage groundwater security in peri-urban Gangetic delta systems’ funded by Netherlands Organization for scientific research (NWO), under Urbanising Delta of the World-Integrated Project call. Jagrata Juba Shangha (JJS), a local NGO based in Khulna and a partner of Continue reading

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