4 edition of Research universities in the Nile basin countries found in the catalog.
Research universities in the Nile basin countries
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editors, Kassahun Berhanu Alemu, Tor Halvorsen, and Mary Mwiandi|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|ISBN 10||9789970250288, 9789970250295|
|LC Control Number||2011343503|
The Nile Basin Research Programme (NBRP) is a strategic, multidisciplinary programme for research and education on topics related to the Nile Basin. This popular book presents some of the results from the Nile Basin Research Programme. Apr 30, · Nile Basin book: Update No. 2. I am extremely grateful for all the helpful and encouraging comments and suggestions. My aims are implicit in the title and in the list of chapters.
sources of the Nile Basin (World Bank, ; World Bank, a). The transboundary nature of the river also possess extra challenges. Consequently, the Nile Basin countries jointly recog-nized that the best way to utilize, protect and manage the Nile Basin in an integrated sustainable way was through a. Apr 14, · In true representation of the recently celebrated World Water Day and the Nile, guests were ushered into the Main hall, adorned in blue décor. On hand to receive guests who included The Norwegian Ambassador, Rwandan and United Republic of Tanzania High Commissioners were the Vice-Chancellor Prof. Venansius Baryamureeba, Prof Tore – Director NBRP and Prof. Edward Kirumira .
More than million people rely on the waters of the River Nile. The Nile river basin contains over 10 per cent of Africa’s landmass, in 11 countries: Ethiopia, Sudan, South Sudan, Egypt. Jan 30, · The Nile Basin Research Programme (NBRP), as a strategic, multidisciplinary programme for research and higher education on topics related to the Nile Basin, has had the overall aim to enhance and promote quality research on Nile-related issues and to support research collaboration between institutions in the Nile Basin region.
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Shaping Research Universities in the Nile Basin Countries Kassahun Berhanu Alemu, Tor Halvorsen & Mary Mwiandi (eds) Fountain Publishers, Kampala, This two-volume publication provides an overview of the status of the research university in the various countries of the Nile Basin.
Reshaping Research Universities in the Nile Basin Countries. ten countries in displacementdomesticity.com provides fresh water not only for domestic and industrial use,but also This book covers the whole Nile Basin and is based on the results of three major research projects supported by the Challenge Program on Water and Food (CPWF).It provides.
The effective and efficient management of water is a major problem, not just for economic growth and development in the Nile River basin, but also for the peaceful coexistence of the millions of pe. In the Nile Basin Initiative was established by the basin nations to develop the river in a cooperative manner.
The upper basin nations (except Eritrea, which has not been active in the initiative) since have sought a treaty that would replace earlier agreements and apportion the waters in what they regarded as a more equitable manner.
The Nile Basin Initiative (NBI) is a partnership among the Nile riparian states that “seeks to develop the river in a cooperative manner, share substantial socioeconomic benefits, and promote regional peace and security”. The NBI began with a dialogue among the riparian states that resulted in a shared vision objective “to achieve sustainable socioeconomic development through the.
The establishment of Christian missionary stations and the spread of Christianity, Western education and medical services were possible due to concerted efforts of the White missionaries and African teachers, evangelists and ‘dispensers’. The River Nile in the Post-Colonial Age: Conflict and Cooperation Among the Nile Basin Countries (I.B.
Tauris, ) pages; studies of the river's finite resources as shared by multiple nations in the post-colonial era; includes research by scholars from Burundi, Congo, Egypt, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Sudan, Tanzania, and Uganda.⁃ location: Burundi.
Co-coordinator of the Nile Basin Research Programme (NBRP) and proposal writing for Research Collaboration with Nile Basin countries and Norwegian Universities on Water related issues.
Senior Research with the Nile Basin Research Programme (NBRP) at the University of Bergen, Norway. The Nile Basin Water Resources: Overview of key research questions pertinent to the Nile Basin Initiative.
Colombo, Sri Lanka: International Water Management Institute. 34p. (IWMI Working Paper ) water resources / research institutes / research projects / river basin development / partnerships / Africa / Nile Basin ISBN Apr 18, · The programme has been directly involved in creating the Nile Basin University Forum, a regional academic network currently comprising 18 universities in all the Nile basin countries.
This platform for university collaboration within the Nile basin countries is meant to promote academic research and collaboration within Integrated Water. The Nile Basin Research Programme (NBRP), as a strategic, multidisciplinary programme for research and higher education on topics related to the Nile Basin, has had the overall aim to enhance and promote quality research on Nile-related issues and to support research collaboration between institutions in the Nile Basin region.
the research and learning institutions in the region throughout the joint courses and professor/student exchange. The success of this program will help capacity building in IWRM in the Nile Basin region. The proposed Masters program has the merit that it is the ﬁ rst degree program that will be offered by the universities of the Nile Basin.
The book provides a comprehensive overview of the hydrology of the Nile River, especially the ecohydrological degradation and challenges the basin is facing, the impact of climate change on water availability and the transboundary water management issues.
The book. The population of the Nile Basin countries was estimated around million in with 54% of the total population lives within the Nile basin. ECONOMY Data source: FAO () and FAOSTAT () Source: ITT Nile Group () Riparian Countries’ GDP Growth Rate in The Nile Project University Program is designed to bring together university students from Nile Basin countries to collaborate on solving Nile sustainability challenges.
Inthe Nile Project is partnering with 6 universities in Egypt, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania. Oct 28, · This chapter describes aspects of environmental issues of ecosystem and biodiversity, endangered species, and threats to biodiversity in the Nile Basin countries to provide a partial illustration of the diversity of ecosystem and the habitat types that exist to support a variety of living displacementdomesticity.com: Mohamed Abdel-Meguid.
This popular book presents some of the results from the Nile Basin Research Programme. The Nile Basin region faces huge challenges in the future. The ways the Nile issues are solved will have enduring consequences for the development of the region. The topics in this book include: Who owns and who can use the Nile water and in which quantity?Author: Terje Østigård.
Michael Asaad „Cairobi Talks“: First DAAD Alumni Event for the Nile Basin Countries. Cairobi Talks is a new DAAD initiative for the Nile Basin Countries aims at exchanging the knowledge and experiences among DAAD Alumni of these countries as well as shedding the light on common challenges.
THE POLITICS OF THE NILE BASIN ELIAS ASHEBIR Supervisor: Larry Benjamin Upper Riparian Countries of the Nile Basin a) Ethiopia b) Eritrea I have also undertaken interviews and field research in the some of the basin states as part of the methodology of the paper.
For this purpose, I conducted constructive discussions and. THE NILE BASIN The term ‘basin’ refers to the geographical area drained by a river or lake. The Nile Basin, in the context of this report, refers not only to the physical drainage area of the Nile with its associated biophysical and ecological elements, but also to the people living within the basin and features of their social, cultural.
Research Universities in the Nile Basin Countries (Ka mpala: Fountain Publishers, ). Mary Mwiandi, “University ‘Third Mission’-Service: A Case of University of Nairobi in Kassahun, Halvorsen and Mwiandi (eds) Reshaping Research Universities in the Nile Basin .The Socio-economic ProfileS of The nile BaSin counTrieS chaPTer 3 Maize farm Photo: istock.
50 / Nile Basin Water Resources Atlas Population has been growing in all basin countries As ofNile Basin countries’ total population is estimated at Nile Basin countries. The book provides a comprehensive overview of the hydrology of the Nile River, especially the ecohydrological degradation and challenges the basin is facing, the impact of climate change on water availability and the transboundary water management issues.
The book includes analysis and approaches that will help provide different insights into the hydrology of this complex basin, which .