Ruden hosts the President of Somalia: A significant visit in Oslo

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Last month, we were honored to welcome H.E. President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud of Somalia, his delegation, and the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to Ruden Water offices in Oslo for an update on our groundbreaking project on deep groundwater resources in Somalia. 🌍💧

Water is vital for life and development. Our promising findings reveal accessible aquifers with low salinity, holding up 19,000 km³ of water, and an annual replenishment of up to 19 km³ from rainfall.

At Ruden, we are passionate and committed to developing innovative solutions to solve global challenges. We are humbled to be seen and listened to by decision-makers and hope our work can contribute to a better future!

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Update and discussion on the groundbreaking project in deep groundwater in Somalia.

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The President and his delegation got a tour through the Science Park with Ruden.

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