Qatar Chamber Board Member Ibtihaj al-Ahmadani will participates in a conference on the challenges facing the Middle East and North Africa region in the scarcity of water and the role of women in confronting these challenges.
The conference, which will be held on Wednesday and Thursday in Amman, Jordan, is titled “Women, Water and Youth: Perspective from the MENA region”, hosted by the Arab International Women’s Forum and the Center for Mediterranean Integration.
The program directly addresses the role of women in water governance in the region, examines the potential of entrepreneurship, social enterprise, smart technology and innovation in building youth capacity in the Arab water sector, as well as the critical challenge of refugee empowerment in the context of water scarcity and food insecurity in the region.
The conference ultimately aims to deliver actionable solutions to mitigate all identified challenges through multi-level engagement, dialogue, innovation and collaboration.
The Arab International Women’s Forum and the Center for Mediterranean Integration look forward to delivering a unique and exceptional opportunity for global and emerging leaders alike to network and learn from each other whilst examining key environmental, empowerment and development challenges in the MENA region and internationally.
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