Ruden Water holding a Side Event as part of the UN Water 2023 Conference

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Next week the UN Water conference will kick off in New York, and Ruden Water will be there!

This once-in-a-generation event is a pivotal moment to heighten global attention on water as a defining challenge of the twenty-first century with active cross-sectoral cooperation.

As part of this historical event, Ruden Water and The Ministry of Energy and Water Resources of Somalia will be organising a virtual side event that anyone can attend. We invite you to learn more about the success story of how cross-sectoral collaboration and the support from the Norwegian government enabled the identification of deep groundwater resources in Somalia.

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Date: Tuesday 21 March

Time: 10:00-11:15 EDT

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Sign up for the event here:

Registration for side event

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Speakers:

H.E. Jama Taqal Abbas - Minister of Energy and Water Resources of Somalia

Helene Ruden - CEO of Ruden AS

Norwegian Embassy in Nairobi

Ahmed Kurweyne - Director of Hydrometeorology MoEWR

Manon van Goethem - Ruden Water

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