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Integrated Water Resources Management

Integrated Water Resources Management

Dates: 25 October - 7 November, 2017

We have all heard that water is life, and indeed it is. What is often ignored, however, is the fact that water is also a key component of development. In Israel, a small semi-arid country, we have never had the luxury of taking water for granted. Under the pressure of limited rainfall and few water resources, coupled with a rapidly growing population, the country’s water management and technology have become the most efficient and cost effective in the world. This programme aims to share these developments.


14 days 

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Programme is designed for

Government officials

Directors of regional offices responsible for water

Employees of the private sector and NGOs

Consultants in the water management sector

Academics and researchers


  • Natural Water Resources Management
  • Water Consumption
  • Hydrology and Water Resources Management
  • Water Quality and Water Pollution Control
  • Fundamentals of Urban Water Supply Management and Wastewater Management
  • Principles of Integrated Water Resources Management
  • Desertification
  • Policy of Integrated Water Resources Management
  • Economical Tools in Water Management
  • Water Security
  • International Water Management
  • Wastewater Treatment and Reuse in Agriculture
  • Ensuring Water Quality
  • Project Management Workshop

Study Tours

  • National and Regional and Municipal Water Authority
  • Extensive Water Treatment
  • Rain Harvesting and Water Management
  • Irrigation Solution Companies
  • Regional Water Association
  • Filtration Systems Company

* The curriculum and study tours are subject to change at the discretion of the administration. 


Tuition Fee- $2,770 (Tuition scholarships are available on “first come first serve” basis)

Local Expense Fee $4,250 Double Accommodation, $5,450 Single Accommodation 


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Mrs. Dasha Genasia

For more info contact

Mrs. Dasha Genasia

Programme Director Centre for Agriculture, Environment and Water