Middle East Water Forum

Founder: Dr. Hazim El-Naser
Published: 30th October 2021
In the 1st Round of negotiations, the Parties voluntarily came to the negotiating table. With a neutral facilitator, they put forward their positions on their water needs from the transboundary system - an inter-connected river-aquifer. They stated their preference for the way ahead - one Party proposed an MoU, the other Party preferred a more formal treaty form of agreement. Both Parties stated t…
Published: 19th September 2021
This webinar is a simulation of negotiations between two ‘countries’ over their transboundary river-aquifer system. The simulation is carried out by highly qualified lawyers and hydrologists, drawing on their knowledge on transboundary water resources and international water law. The Issue: The upstream country (Hilli’stan) wishes to draw on the resources in …
Published: 24th March 2021
ورشة جمعية الكويت للمياه بمناسبة يوم المياه العالمي تحت عنوان تثمين المياه
Published: 30th October 2020
Online-Seminar_ New water technologies to achieve water security in the Arab region
Published: 30th October 2020
MIDDLE EAST WATER FORUM Webminar - 5th Oct 2020 The aim of the webinar is provide information and opinion on current issues that affect transboundary water governance, a look ahead on key issues that are expected to emerge in the coming years up to the achievement of the SDG’s by 2030 and the impact of COVID and its influence on socio-economics of the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia…
Published: 14th September 2020
تمتلك دول عربية الأرض والماء واليد العاملة، وتمتلك أخرى المال، لكن الجميع يستورد 40 مليون طن من القمح سنويا لصناعة ثلث الغذاء في العالم العربي. فلماذا لا يسعى العالم العربي إلى استراتيجية اكتفاء ذاتي في هذه السلعة الاستراتيجية؟ ولماذا يبقى العرب تحت تهديد المجاعة في حال منعت الدول المصدرة قمحها؟ خديجة وضيفها حازم الناصر وزير الزراعة الأردني الأسبق يغوصان في إشكالات الأمن الغذائي العربي.. هل …
Published: 17th July 2020
برنامج مواجهة حلقة 31- وزير المياه السابق حازم الناصر - مع عمر كلاب  
Published: 17th July 2020
I took a boat through 96 million black plastic balls on the Los Angeles reservoir to find out why they're there. The first time I heard about shade balls the claim was they reduce evaporation. But it turns out this isn't the reason they were introduced.
Published: 17th June 2020
Published: 10th May 2020
Clean Water and Hygiene Services Help Combat COVID-19 Pandemic