Issue Area: Groundwater

Abhandu Welfare Association

Mission/VisionTo promote effective utilisation of rainwater,and management of water in all sectors of economic dispensation be it in farming agriculture or industries and domestic usageWhat does the organization do?To ensure that the youth become well versed with water management skills and inform the society about healthy drinking habits ,Also how …

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Acacia Insitute

The goal of the Acacia Institute is to highlight the important role of groundwater in hydrological processes, as well as groundwater’s importance to society. Acacia also wants to accommodate the need for groundwater knowledge and to offer recommendations in those areas where the awareness of the importance of groundwater is …

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Advanced Centre for Water Resources Development and Management [ACWADAM]

ACWADAM has evolved with the vision of achieving a fruitful integration between the scientific principles of Hydrogeology & Hydrology and their actual field applications for systematic water resources development and management [especially in the groundwater resources sector].Registered as a non-profit organization, ACWADAM has embarked upon endeavouring to become a premier …

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African Well Fund AWF

African Well Fund is a registered non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to raising funds for building and maintaining wells in Africa. It was formed in October 2002 by a group of U2 fans inspired by the media coverage of Bono’s May 2002 trip to Africa with then Secretary of U.S. Treasury, …

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American Groundwater Trust

The American Ground Water Trust is a not-for-profit education organization incorporated in 1986 and headquartered in Concord, New Hampshire, USA. The Trust, an independent authority on the hydrologic, economic and environmental significance of ground water, combines technical expertise with a track record of networking and communication skills.The TrustProtects ground water …

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American Institute of Hydrology AIH

The purpose of AIH is to enhance and strengthen the standing of hydrology as a science and a profession by: * Establishing standards and procedures to certify individuals qualified in surface-water, groundwater and water-quality hydrology. * Establishing and maintaining ethical standards to protect the public from irresponsible work. * Providing …

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