Aquaknow GIS TOOL

The Aquaknow7 GIS Tool is a new piece of software developed within Aquaknow to allow users to perform Spatial and Temporal analysis over water sampling points.



Atelier en ligne sur le partage des données hydrogéologiques à l’OMVS



Objectif général du cours: Identifier conjointement les besoins et les opportunités d’amélioration de la gestion des données sur les eaux souterraines et la prise de décisions informée dans le bassin du fleuve Sénégal, au niveau de l’OMVS et de ses Etats Membres.



Atelier technique sur les systèmes de gestion des données sur la Qualité de l'eau du fleuve Sénégal.

Mode on-line

16 décembre 14h30-17h30 et 17 décembre 2021 9h00-12h00 GMT

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Les sessions de formation seront enregistrées.

Access to energy services is a priority for sustainable economic development, especially in rural areas, where small- and medium-sized enterprises have many difficulties in accessing reliable and affordable electricity. Western African countries are highly dependent on biomass resources; therefore, understanding the potential of bioenergy from crop residues is crucial to designing effective land-management practices.

Projet WEFE-SENEGAL - Atelier Technique e-NEXUS - module Opti-Bioénergie - Aide a la Decision

Dans le cadre de la mise en œuvre du Projet «Appui à la gestion des ressources en eau et du Nexus Eau-Energie-Agriculture dans le bassin du fleuve Sénégal» dénommé «WEFE-SENEGAL», il a été prévu le développement d'un module d'analyse du potentiel bioénergétique des résidus de cultures dans le bassin en utilisant un model bioénergétique  a la petite échelle et son intégration dans un système d’information appelé e-NEXUS SENEGAL.

Finally, four Annexes (135-139) are available in the folder entitled Risk Mapping and E-Readiness Survey. With the COVID-19 pandemic impacting severely the project, a decision to undertake a risk mapping exercise and an online E-readiness evaluation with all CoEs to identify applying distance and on-line learning modalities for the remainder of the project.

The reports on the Impact and the Monitoring & Evaluation undertaken by two external consultants can be found in Annexes 133 and 134. The importance of Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) as well as Impact Study were recognized during the implementation phase of the project. The objective of the M&E activity was to contribute to the development and implementation of a Monitoring and Evaluation Framework for ACEWATER II HCD activities of Pilot Courses and the Mobility and Exchange of staff and students.

Concerning WANWATCE, Phase I deliverables are provided in Annexes 112-118 from Burkina Faso, Ghana, the two CoEs in Nigeria (NWRI, UNIBEN) and Senegal. These reports correspond to the Desk-study assessments as well as National Frameworks for each country. It should be noted nthat although surveys and desk studies contributed to the identification of gap and needs for HCD, validation was not implemented in Burkina Faso. Finally, Annexes 119-132 contain reports and the 13 developed course materials within the WANWATCE network.


PHASE I Annexes:

The report summarizes the key ACEWATER2 project scientific achievements of the activities implemented by the African CoEs (Centers of Excellence), supporting Institutions, leading experts and the JRC. The outcomes of few ongoing research projects at JRC complements the overall framework. The first three chapters focus on the analysis of the WEFE (Water-Energy-Food-Ecosystem) nexus assessment at regional scale over the two formerly existing networks of CoE, in Western and Southern Africa, and the 2018 newly established network of CoE in CentralEastern Africa.