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OIC Portal on Water Resources

The Roundtable Discussions Meeting which has been held during the OIC Conference of Ministers Responsible for Water (5-6 March 2012, Istanbul, Turkey) strongly recommended the establishment of a web portal on water resources to facilitate matching the needs of Member States with their offers in terms of training, capacity-building, exchange of experience, expertise and technical assistance. The Meeting welcomed the offer by SESRIC to collect information from Member States on their needs and offers for cooperation. In this connection, SESRIC established this web portal on water resources in OIC member states and developed a specific water resources capacity building questionnaire for this purpose.




Country Information

Documents


First Meeting Of OIC Water Council


Islamic Conference of Ministers responsible for Water


Third Session

  • Draft Agenda on “Third Session of the Islamic Conference of Ministers responsible for Water” (English) (Arabic) (French)
  • Draft Agenda on Senior Officials Meeting (English) (Arabic) (French)
  • Draft Programme of Work on “Third Session of the Islamic Conference of Ministers responsible for Water” (English) (Arabic) (French)
  • Draft Programme of Work on Senior Officials Meeting (English) (Arabic) (French)
  • Draft Report of the Secretary General on implementation the OIC Water Vision (English) (Arabic) (French)
  • Draft Resolution (English)
  • Draft Terms of Reference (English)
  • Draft Concept Paper (English)
  • Concept Note on Panel Discussion on Water Resources Management Capacity Building (English)
  • Information Booklet (English)

Forth Session

  • Resolutions (English)
  • Final Report (English)
  • Report of the SG (English)
  • Agenda for the Ministerial Meeting (English)
  • Program of Work for the Ministerial Meeting (English)
  • Agenda for the Senior Official Meeting (English)
  • Program of work for the senior official meeting (English)

Water Statistics


SESRIC Research on Water Resources


Capacity Building Programme

Currently implemented capacity building activities on water resources management are accessible through the following link: Water Resources Management Capacity Building Programme (Water-CaB)

Pre Meeting part
  • Draft Agenda (English) (Arabic) (French)
  • Draft Programme of Work (English) (Arabic) (French)
  • NFPs Info Book (English) (Arabic) (French)
Post Meeting part
Planned / Implemented Meetings

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Training Workshop on ‘Water Governance and Integrated Water Management’ for Lake Chad Basin Countries
Date : 19-22 October 2020 Venue : Virtual-SESRIC, Ankara Turkey

Within the framework of SESRIC’s Water Resources Management Capacity Building Programme (Water-CaB) and the Resolution No. 3/46-E (Part B) on Replenishing of Lake Chad adopted by the 46th Session of the Council of Foreign Ministers of the OIC, SESRIC and the Lake Chad Basin Commission (LCBC) jointly organized a Training Workshop on “Water Governance and Integrated Water Management” on 19-22 October 2020 for the benefit of the national water resource institutions of the Lake Chad Basin countries through an online video conference platform.

Training Course on ‘Integrated Water Resources Management’
Date : 12-16 October 2020 Venue : Virtual-SESRIC, Ankara Turkey

Within the framework of SESRIC’s Water Resources Management Capacity Building Programme (Water-CaB), SESRIC organized a training course on “Integrated Water Resources Management” on 12-16 October 2020 for the benefit of participants from the Ministry of Water and Irrigation of Jordan.

Training Course on ‘Water Saving and Management in Agriculture Sector’
Date : 24-28 August 2020 Venue : Virtual-SESRIC, Ankara Turkey

Within the framework of SESRIC’s Water Resources Management Capacity Building Programme (Water-CaB), SESRIC organized a training course on “Water Saving and Management in Agriculture Sector” on 24-28 August 2020, for the benefit of 40 experts from the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries of the Republic of Benin. The course was conducted through a video conferencing platform by following synchronous learning and instruction approaches.