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Detailed Assessment/Mapping for Agriculture Water Resources in Bardalah Watershed (Kardalah, Bardalah and Ein Al-Beida)

The overall objective of the study is to develop a comprehensive database to Bardalah watershed that will help and guide the decision makers and the strategic planners to take the right decisions about the optimal planning, development and management of the available agricultural water resources for this watershed.

The Water Sector in Palestine in Slides

The Water Sector in Palestine in Slides

Conferences of 2007

Millennium Development Goals approved by 189 countries in September 2000, and the Johannesburg Plan of Implementation adopted in 2002 by the World Summit for Sustainable Development, emphasize the need to reduce inequalities, to change unsuitable consumption, to protect and sustainably manage natural resources for economic and social development and to safeguard health.

Environmental Scoping Session of the Wastewater System Project in Tubas, Aqqaba, Tayasir and Al-Aqaba 4 October 2011

HWE organized jointly with SOGREAH and Universal Group the Environmental Scoping Session of the Wastewater System Project in Tubas, Aqqaba, Tayasir and Al-Aqaba which was held on 04 October 2011 in Tubas with the presence of the EU, PWA, Tubas Governor, representatives of various ministries and institutions, environmental consultants and the targeted local community.

Ramadan Iftar 22 August 2011

House of Water and Environment (HWE) jointly with Consulting Engineering Center (CEC) invited Black & Veatch (B&V) and Palestinian Water Authority (PWA) for a special Ramadan Iftar event on 22 August 2011 at Hala Resturant At Baloo' Area, Ramallah.

Opening ceremony of an ecological garden 26 July 2011

HWE celebrated on 26 July 2011 the opening ceremony of the ecological garden in the Arab Jahalin School through the project “Improving Living Conditions in Arab Jahalin Community” funded by the German International Cooperation GIZ.

WEAP Workshop, Arava Institute for Environmental Studies 19-24 June 2011

Through GLOWA-Jordan River Project, House of Water and Environment presented by Eng. Mohammed Najjar (Project Coordinator at HWE) participated in the Water Evaluation and Planning Workshop (WEAP) on 19-24 June 2011 at Arava Institute for Environmental Studies. The main purpose of the workshop is to build capacity and proficiency in the use of the WEAP software.

Areas of work

HWE works closely with Newcastle University (UK) and many other international institutions and funding agencies such as UNESCO, ESCWA, CEDARE, UNU, USAID, DFID, AFD, GTZ, GWP, EUWI, JICA, ACSAD, BGR, EU, etc.

Main Goals

HWE offers a wide variety of services in water, sanitation and environmental engineering and science from the needs identification stage to the elaboration of tender documents, supervision of works and technical assistance.