Call for Papers, The 6th International Symposium on Flash Floods in Wadi Systems (6th ISFF)

BUILDING RESILIENCE, BUILDING CONFIDENCE

Emergency response must be further complemented by efforts to build climate resilience and disaster prevention. This means looking beyond the next flood or storm to understand long-term climate vulnerabilities. It means helping society to prepare for and adapt to future weather extremes and other climate impacts through strategies and plans for disaster risk reduction. This requires a good analysis of climate change and flood risk mapping, and good knowledge of the urbanized vulnerability to floods in such territories. Finding solutions to these challenging disasters also requires close collaboration between scientists, practitioners, and residents from local, regional, national, and international organizations whether they are public or private.

Therefore, a series of the International Symposium on Flash Floods in Wadi Systems (ISFF) were held in; Japan (1st ISFF); Egypt (2nd ISFF); Oman (3rd ISFF); Morocco (4th ISFF); Japan (5th ISFF) and the 6th ISFF will be held in Jordan September 2021.

We are pleased to announce the papers submission, now open via the official website

http://inwrdam.org.jo/6th-isff

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The inherited tradition of the Inter-Islamic Network on Water Resources Development and Management (INWRDAM) is profoundly based on inter cooperation among of the OIC Member Countries. Present INWRDAM membership is at 19 members out of 57 total OIC member countries. This indicates that twenty eight per cent of the total OIC membership has responded positively. The Government of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan has provided much needed funds for such a noble cause.

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