Shared Water Resources Development and Management

  • Water management can be considered at the local, national, regional and basin levels. At each level, the logical management of water as a unitary source requires functional linkages in agency responsibilities for water surface and subsurface, water quantity and water quality.
  • Managing water requires supply management and demand management.
  • Course Contents:

    • Hydrology of the basin
    • Water resources management within River Basins
    • Geography and hydro-politics of shared water resources
    • Design management interactions
    • Supply management both of conventional and non-conventional water resources
    • Shared resources management
    • Institutional aspects
    • International laws
    • Economic aspects

  • This 3-weeks course is designed for senior staff who have enough experience and would gain knowledge about the latest development in planning and management of shared water resources.