In this episode, Jawad Taher provides insights into water resource management versus water service management, shedding light on their distinctions and significance. He delves into the global dimensions of water resource management, addressing its various challenges and potential solutions.
Learn with Jawad as he discusses the impact of climate change on water resources, examines innovative approaches within Lebanon’s public water sector, and highlights the importance of understanding and effectively managing water resources in a rapidly changing world.
About The Trainer
Jawad Taher is a Water & Development Advisor & Consultant and has been working in the Lebanese water sector since late 2013 across humanitarian, stabilization, and development programming and coordination. He is currently working with the German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ) as a Water Advisor within the Enhancing Water Resource Management (WAMA) project, primarily focusing on Non-Revenue Water and supporting engagement with and capacity building of public institutions. Jawad has also been engaged with several other organizations on sectoral strategy development, thematic training, and business development. He is pursuing an MSc in Sustainable Development at the University of Sussex.
About the Learning Series
The Learning Series offers a collection of 15-minute learning videos featuring passionate experts from the Berytech Community. In these condensed videos, we dive into curated topics, including Agriculture, Food, Renewable Energy, and Clean Technology; providing rich and concise content on the latest trends, advancements, challenges, and opportunities in these sectors locally, regionally, and internationally.
This episode of the learning series was produced under the Clyntech Accelerator Program. The Clyntech Accelerator Program was conceived to make sure Lebanon is sourcing and supporting startups with clean technology solutions tackling the quickly evolving environmental challenges. The Clyntech Accelerator Program was launched by Berytech and co-funded by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Lebanon to enable the Lebanese entrepreneurial ecosystem and stimulate innovation and startup creation in the clean technology sectors.
Berytech supports innovations across these sectors by offering startups the resources, knowledge, support, and funding necessary to scale their ideas and grow them to penetrate international markets.