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  • 07 December, 2022 - 08 December, 2022
    In 2022, the international World Water Day (WWD) will be dedicated to groundwater. As usual, the World Water Development Report (WWDR) for that year will be about the same topic: groundwater. Groundwater Summit will serve as the final event in this special year around of groundwater. During the Summit, a catalogue on groundwater management and governance will be introduced and made available online for worldwide use.   major water-supply source water scarcity is increasing reliance- pressure on groundwater we do not manage aquifers well enough Groundwater – Making invisible visible Groundwater Summit
  • 21 March, 2022 - 26 March, 2022
    The World Water Forum is the world's largest event on water. It has been organized every three years since 1997 by the World Water Council, in partnership with a host country. The 9th Forum will be the first of its kind to be hosted in sub-Saharan Africa.
  • 06 December, 2021 - 08 December, 2021
    On 6-8 December 2021, UNESCO will organise the conference ISARM 2021 in Paris, France. This Second International UNESCO Conference on transboundary aquifers ISARM II “Challenges and the way forward”; aims to be an opportunity for showcasing diverse efforts made by UNESCO, the International and Donor community (GEF, the World Bank, the FAO, the Swiss, the German etc…) to streamline groundwater as an enabler for achieving the water-related SDGs. 
  • 10 November, 2021 - 12 November, 2021
    The Southern African Community Development Groundwater Management Institute (SADC-GMI) in collaboration with its partners will host the 4th SADC groundwater Conference on 10-12 November 2021, under the theme “Towards a Water Secure SADC Groundwater Systems Thinking”. Due to ongoing Covid 19 pandemic, the conference will be held virtually. The virtual conference will be designed in manner that will ensure that delegates across the region and beyond effectively collaborate to find solutions to the region’s water-related challenges. The conference organising team is currently developing a full call for abstracts which will be shared in due course. 5th July 2021 9th October 2021 16th October 2021 18th October 2021 25th October 2021 1st November 2021 10-12 November 2021
  • 05 October, 2021 - 07 October, 2021
    The IGAD Secretariat, in collaboration with its Member States and Development Partners, is organising the 2nd IGAD Water Forum to take place in Entebbe, Uganda from 5th to 7th October 2021. Due to prevailing COVID-19 protocols the Forum will blend between face-to-face and virtual online event. 15 June 2021. 15 Sept 2021.
  • 01 June, 2021 - 04 June, 2021
    Traditional 8th course „Characterization and Engineering of Karst Aquifers“ (CEKA) will take place virtually from 1 to 4 June 2021 via Zoom platform. During the course, 11 professors will provide 18 lectures ranging from basic karst hydrogeology to special engineering solutions and their environmental impacts. IGRAC Director Neno Kukuric will be one of the presenters. 
  • 26 February, 2021 - 26 February, 2021
    On Friday 26 February 2021, Let's Talk About Water (LTAW) will organise its first LTAW Community Forum of the #LTAWFilmFest, a free virtual panel discussion with water experts that will be moderated by Jay Famiglietti and IGRAC will participate the expert panel discussion. This webinar will take place from 18:00 till 19:00 CET.
  • 24 November, 2020 - 26 November, 2020
    The 3rd SADC Groundwater Conference will be held on 24-26 November 2020. It was initially planned to take place n Windhoek, Namibia, but has been been transformed into a virtual conference due to Covid-19.   10th April 2020 7th September 2020 9th October 2020 16th October 2020 26th October 2020 9th November 2020 16th November 2020 24th - 26th November 2020
  • 16 November, 2020 - 19 November, 2020
    From 16 to 19 November 2020, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) will host a virtual Data Conference. The main theme of this conference will be 'Earth system data exchange in the 21st century' and aims to develop a common understanding among entities from all sectors of society of the roles, requirements and arrangements for international exchange of observations and other data for monitoring and prediction of the Earth System environment, including weather, climate and water. soon to be published: Overview of national groundwater monitoring programmes worldwide
  • 29 October, 2020 - 30 October, 2020
    The main goal of the 'IWRA Online Conference on Groundwater and Climate Change' is to, ultimately, promote the sharing and exchange of state-of-the-art scientific and policy knowledge on the links between an increased resilience of groundwater resources and climate change for the sustainable governance, use and management of these resources in all regions of the world.