Bridging the gap; Dutch technologies fitting Water challenges in the Middle East and Africa

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Water technologies and innovations is an essential part of Dutch engineering DNA. Water is one of the Top Ten focus areas of the Dutch economy and activities abroad. On the other hand, water stress imposing significant challenge in many regions in the world. The Middle Eastern and African countries come on the top of the list of water stressed countries. How can the Dutch technologies play a role in meeting water challenges in this region? What do we need to know and how does the engineering community in the Netherlands can bridge the need with available Dutch technologies and knowledge in the water sector?
 
To help answer these questions KIE is applying the Dutch Diamond model and bringing together knowledge institute, business, investors, NGOs and public institutes to a round table. Join us and participate in the interactive session to bridge the need in the Middle East and Africa with Dutch technologies

Programme:
19.00 - Registrations
19.30 - Dutch experience in the region - Koen Maathuis, WaterNet
19.45 - Opportunities to fill the needs - Hala Alhamed, Work4water
20.00 - Overview presentation Dutch diamond model - Hala Alhamed
20.15 - FMO - Pritha Harirma
20.20 - Knowledge institutes - Sondos Saad
20.25 - Water Alliance - Matthijs Plijnaar
20.30 - Open discussion (Moderator Hala Alhamed)
21.00 - Middle eastern food and Networking
22.00 - End

For more information please contact:

Ms. Hala Alhamed

info@work4water.com

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