Solutions for water-related challenges in the Middle East

We are happy to introduce to you the Middle East Water Forum (MEWF), which its founder and CEO Dr. Hazim El-Naser presented during our GWP Annual Conference.

Due to its transregional dimension, water problems in the Middle East cannot be solved at the national level. Hence, the MEWF was established as a hub for countries, utilities, companies, and experts to work together towards innovative solutions for water resource management as well as sustainable water and sanitation projects. The online forum promotes technological development of water infrastructure equipment and smart technologies and provides the needed bridge to demand centers.

Companies from the water sector get the possibility to present their technologies and solutions for water-related challenges in the region on the platform. Technically, the forum will help stakeholders in attending virtual conferences without risks or additional costs and time. It allows users to exchange and gain knowledge, sector business news, product market prices, advertisements and state of the art technologies in the water and sanitation sector and thereby contribute to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

 

→ Website of the Middle Eastern Water Forum 

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