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The first General Assembly was held in Cairo on 7-8 December 2006 attended by 122 participants from the AWC members, Ambassadors, country representatives, NGOs and numerous public figures.

Prof. Dr. Mahmoud Abu-Zeid Minister of Water Resources and Irrigation, Egypt, and Interim President- of the Arab water council, officially opened the GA meeting, expressing his thanks and congratulations to all members for their achievements during the last round. The agenda of the meeting included the approval of the constitution of the AWC and election of the Board of Governors.

The GA meeting was followed by the first BOG meeting on December 8th, 2006.

AWC periodically issues newsletters to keep interested parties informed on recent achievements, development, and news updates of the Council.

To Download your copy of the AWC Newsletters, please click on one of the following issues:

The Arab Water Council has widely issued and published a number of technical reports dealing with the water resources in the Arab Region.

1st General Assembly Conclusions and Recommendations

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The Arab Water Council (AWC) was launched on 14 April 2004, as a regional non-profit organization with activities extended on both regional and international scales. The Headquarters of the Arab Water Council is the Arab Republic of Egypt according to the Host Agreement signed between the Government of Egypt and the Council in February 2009.

The General Assembly meeting endorsed AWC Constitution and By-Laws in December 2009, as legal official documents that draw the provisions & regulations of the Council.


The Council is working towards an Arab collective role that raises the level of awareness with existing water resources management challenges, intensifies the current effort to confront them and contributes to development of the new water culture.


The Arab Water Council mission is to promote deeper understanding and better management of the water resources in the Arab states in a multi-disciplinary, non-political, professional and scientific approach to disseminate knowledge and enhance sharing of experiences to achieve integrated water resources management for sustainable development and good water governance for the benefit of the Arab people.

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