Nile Talk Forum: Eastern Nile System Under Three Different Water Apportionment Alternatives: Colonial Era, the Washington DC and Equitable Share
This is a past event.
Tuesday, August 10 at 8:00am to 9:30amVirtual Event
This forum brings experts in Nile and other transboundary river issues of the world to discuss experiences in diffusing tensions, sharing the common good, build trust and develop collaboration and cooperation.
Mr. Yared Bacha Gari | Bahir Dar Institute of Technology (BiT), Bahir Dar University
Eastern Nile System Under Three Different Water Apportionment Alternatives: Colonial Era, the Washington DC and Equitable Share
The absence of a basin-wide binding apportionment agreement is a long-standing source of disagreement among riparian countries. The United Nations Water Convention (UNWC) is one legal instrument that could serve to estimate reasonable water apportionment to riparian countries. Seventy-five potential indicators that best describe the 7 factors of UNWC were defined based on multiple sources that can address conflicting interest of basin context. Based on these indicators and factors, two questionnaires were developed and distributed to 215 prominent experts from five professional groups living in five continents to identify important indicators and to estimate the weight.
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