Managing Shared Aquifer Resources in Africa

IHP-VI, Series on Groundwater No 8.

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  • Introductory and keynote papers
 GWA - Libya - O. Salem, P. Pallas
The Nubian Sandstone Aquifer System  

UNECE - G.E. Arnold
International initiatives on monitoring and assessment of transboundary groundwaters - implementation of the UNECE groundwater guidelines in a broader perspective

World Bank (GWMATE) - M. Nanni
An introduction to the Groundwater Management Advisory Team (GWMATE)

SADC - P. Molapo, S. Puyoo
Transboundary aquifer management in the context of integrated water resources management in the SADC region

IAH - ISARM - S. Puri
Management of transboundary aquifers: contribution to the water needs of Africa

UNESCO/FAO - P. Pallas, J. Margat
Transboundary aquifers - Scientific-hydrogeological aspects

UNESCO-ISARM - B. Appelgren
Scope of the International Workshop on Transboundary Aquifers in the African Region

 

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  • Country contributions and technical papers

Algeria
A.S. Moulla, A. Guendouz, M.E.H. Cherchali
Contributions des isotopes à l'étude des ressources en eau souterraines transfrontalières en Algérie

 

Benin
F.V. Azonsi
Utilisation des aquifères du bassin sédimentaire côtier entre le Bénin et le Togo dans un contexte de variabilité climatique; problèmes émergeants

Namibia
S. Ndengu
The Southeastern Kalahari Karoo Aquifers System

Botswana
C.J. Chilume
Shared knowledge, a key to equitable utilization of transboundary aquifers

Niger
A. Dodo
Caractéristiques des Aquifères du Niger

Ghana
W.A. Agyekum
Groundwater resources of Ghana with focus on Internationally Shared Aquifer Systems

Niger
B. Ousmane
La gestion et l'exploitation
des eaux souterraines au Niger 129

Côte d'Ivoire
J.P.R. Jourda
Les ressources en eau souterraine de la Côte d'Ivoire et le cas de l'aquifère transfrontalier de la Côte d'Ivoire et le Ghana

Nigeria
C.M. Maduabuchi
Case studies on transboundary aquifers in Nigeria 135

Kenya
F.K. Mwango, B.C. Muhangú, C.O. Juma, I.T. Githae
Groundwater resources of Kenya

Sudan
A.A. Mohammed
Sustainable management of shared aquifers

Malawi
P. Mkandawire
Groundwater resources of Malawi

Swaziland
O.M. Ngwenya
Groundwater assessment
in the transboundary aquifer at Mhlumeni Border Post Area, Eastern Swaziland

Mali
M. Alhousseini
État de la connaissance des eaux souterraines au Mali

Tanzania
S. Mapanda
Transboundary aquifers of Tanzania

Mauritania
B. Diagana
État des connaissances des aquifères Grands bassins sédimentaires au sud du Sahara: approche stratégique

Tunisia
M. Besbes, M. Babasy, S. Kadri, D. Latrech, A. Mamou, P. Pallas, M. Zammouri
Conceptual framework of the North Western Sahara Aquifer System

Mauritius
R. Pokhun
Groundwater management in Mauritius

Uganda
J.A. Kitakarugire
Managing shared aquifer resources in Africa - Uganda case

 

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  • Regional and basin organizations

Center for Environment and Development for the Arab Region and Europe (CEDARE) - M. Bakhbakhi
Hydrogeological framework of the Nubian Sandstone Aquifer System

Lake Chad Basin Commission (LCBC) - J. A. Oguntola
Management of transboundary aquifer systems in Africa - A case study of the Lake Chad Basin Commission

Niger Basin Authority (NBA) - I.A. Olomoda
Impact of climatic change on river Niger

Organisation Africaine de Cartographie et de Télédétection (OACT) - M.S. Zitoun
Le Système d'Information sur les Ressources en Eau des Pays de l'Afrique du Nord (SERIPAN) : un outil de gestion concertée des ressources en eau

 

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  • Appendices

 1.Table 1
Transboundary aquifers in Africa referred to in the Workshop

3. Map
Transboundary aquifers in Africa (Map Legend)

4. List of Workshop participants 

 

 

 

 

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