Uganda through National Water and Sewerage Cooperation (NWSC) has been selected to host 2019 Solutions to Intermittent water supply conference and the 79th Africa Water Association Congress.
The conference that is scheduled to start April, 8 is aimed at debating and defining new solutions to tackle the global water crisis. Water scarcity, increasingly impacted by climate change, floods and droughts, coupled with threats from pollution and growing demand for water, are some of the top risks facing the world today.
The Congress and Exhibition will bring together over 5,000 of the world’s leading water professionals. It is a unique opportunity for connecting and networking with water sector leaders, and to share knowledge on the latest trends in leading practices, innovative technologies, ground breaking research and pioneering science.
Uganda was selected in the concluding September World Water Exhibition that is taking place in Tokyo, Japan. Uganda among other countries exhibited the newest technologies, best practice and those leading-edge solutions to water problems.
The exhibition was attended by junior Minister for Water Ronald Kibuule, NWSC Managing Director Dr. Silver Mugisha among other members. Eng. Mugisha presented a paper on the milestones of the achievements of NWSC. NWSC is a success story of a government entity that has made a breakthrough.
Uganda also hosted the 79th Africa Water Association Congress of the Scientific and Technical Council and Exhibition will be held in Kampala, Uganda, from 16 to 20th July 2018 at the International Resources Center of the National Water and Sewerage Corporation.
The congress will be pivoted on ‘Harnessing ICT to accelerate sustainable water and sanitation for all in Africa’ to deliberate on the strategic priorities of the water sector in Africa and promote your products and services by participating in the exhibition.