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    Director of the Souss Massa Basin Agency - Morocco
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    Expert in space hydrology - CNES - France
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    Director of the Laboratory of Environmental, Plant and Urban Sciences - University of Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah - Fez (Morocco)
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    Professor Emeritus of Civil Engineering at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and Director of Water - Greece
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    Executive Secretary and Co-Chairman of the Preparatory Committee for the organization of the 9th World Water Forum - Dakar 2021
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    Director of ELY-Center of Lapland*- Finland, President of Euro-INBO for 2019-2020  
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    Executive Secretary, Sahara and Sahel Observatory (OSS)
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    Biologist, Professor Emeritus of the University of Le Mans - Researcher in the Joint Research Unit "Space and Society" of the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) - France
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    High Commissioner - Organization for the Development of the Gambia River (OMVG) - Guinea    
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    Water Commissioner of the Confederación Hidrográfica del Guadalquivir (CHG) - Spain
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    Permanent Secretary of the Action Plan for Integrated Water Resources Management - Ministry of Water and Sanitation - Burkina-Faso
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    President of the Water Embassy, Vice-President of the Seine-Normandy Basin Committee - France
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    The upper basin of the Guayllabamba River is one of the most populated areas in Ecuador, mainly due to the presence of the capital Quito. In this region water demand is growing exponentially and comes mainly from irrigation for agriculture, drinking…
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    In Madagascar, the main crop is irrigated rice grown in many low-lying areas. This agricultural practice creates a strong dependence on access to water. The presence of these many irrigated areas has led farmers to practice rice and fish farming for…
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    The Xe Bang Fai River is home to an incredibly diverse range of habitats and species, including over 130 different species of fish. Over 150,000 people are dependent on the river and wetlands for their livelihoods, particularly in relation to…