The aim of the training program is to strengthen the capacities of Syrian civil society associations and local councils to implement emergency relief and rehabilitation assistance projects to improve the access to water for domestic and agricultural purposes.
The aim of the training is to strengthen the capacities of Syrian civil society associations and local councils to implement water relief and rehabilitation projects to improve the access to water for domestic and agricultural purposes.
This component comprises two courses.
The objectives of the courses are to provide advance training in:
- Water resources;
- Project design and planning;
- Water infrastructure rehabilitation;
- Local water management;
- Data monitoring and processing.
- Water sources and the hydrologic cycle;
- Planning and determination of water demands;
- Hydrogeology principles for the selection well drilling sites;
- Wells equipment and investment.
Following this course, participants will collect data on water sources and the state of infrastructure in their work area. This data will be reviewed and analyzed in the second training course.
- Data monitoring and analysis;
- Water infrastructure components and rehabilitation;
- Water quality and suitability for different purposes;
- Local collective water management and cost recovery.
Geo Expertise has conducted the following training activities in collaboration with the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies with the support of the Swiss agency for cooperation and development:
- Water resources and management, Reyhanli and Antakya, June and October 2015
- Water resources and water quality management, Salinurfa, September 2015
- Collective management of water resources, Salinurfa, September 2015
- Water management and water quality, Antakya, November 2015
- Collective management of water resources, Antakya, November 2015
- Water Management and Maintenance of Water Supply Systems, Joubas, December 2015 and January 2016
- Dam safety and dam break flood wave calculation, Reyhanli, February, 2016.
- Non-violent communication, Reyhanli, Turkey, 2016