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Arab Water Academy in Abu Dhabi

College name Arab Water Academy
Director's name Dr Shawki Barghouti (Acting Director)
Executive body or owner
Date founded December 2007
Number of students (approx)
Number of staff (approx)
Type of institute government college
College location / area Delma Street, off Airport Road (EAD) (no map)
Postal address PO Box 45553, Abu Dhabi, UAE
Telephone +971-2-4454777
Fax +971-2-4463339
Email customerservice@ead.ae
Website
Curriculum
Qualifications
College fees
Instructor salary range
Student satisfaction rating
3 stars from 2 votes.    
Parent satisfaction rating
Not Rated from 0 votes.    
Instructor job satisfaction rating
(by instructors, not about instructors)
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22 March 2009 (AWA press release)

The Environment Agency of Abu Dhabi (EAD) signed an agreement with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) to jointly sponsor the Arab Water Academy (AWA) learning programs, with USAID providing $424,000 (AED 1.56m). AWA plans to sign more agreements with universities and research centers in other countries including Egypt, Morocco, the Netherlands, and Singapores. AWA announced water courses for 2009 including:

  • Designing and Implementing Successful Utility Reform
  • Water Diplomacy: Sharing Benefits
  • Water Governance for Future Leaders
  • Water Resources Traveling Program
10 July 2008

The Arab Water Academy (AWA) was established by the Arab Water Council (AWC) in Cairo, the Environment Agency-Abu Dhabi (EAD), and the International Centre for Biosaline Agriculture (ICBA), as a training institute to offer executive education in water, (meaning courses about water, not get wet while you learn), and to arrange conferences about water. Among other things, part of the AWA remit is to examine water shortages in the Gulf and Middle East region, and what to do about them.

  • One report said the cost of establishing the AWA was about AED 2.5 billion, which sounds outrageous for a couple of conference rooms and a bottle of water. Unknown if that is an accurate figure though.
  • Contact details are for the EAD (www.ead.ae).
  • AWA established December 2007 and officially launched in a workshop from 06-08 July 2008 at the Emirates Palace Hotel in Abu Dhabi.
  • AWA website not found. Nothing at www.awa.ae, and www.arabwateracademy.com is spam.
Last update 22 March 2009
General comments - might not apply to Arab Water Academy
  • Fees, facilities, education quality varies widely. Allow extra fees for visa, transport, accommodation.
  • Salaries, accommodation, other benefits for lecturer jobs vary substantially. Check contracts carefully for medical, housing, flight allowances, etc.
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