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FIVE YEARS OF EXCEED Sustainable Water Management in Developing Countries Editors: Müfit Bahadir & Andreas Haarstrick Editors Prof. Dr. mult. Dr. h.c. Müfit Bahadir Institute of Environmental and Sustainable Chemistry Technische Universität Braunschweig, Hagenring 30, D-38106 Braunschweig m.bahadir@tu-bs.de apl. Prof. Dr. Andreas Haarstrick Institute of Environmental and Sustainable Chemistry Technische Universität Braunschweig, Hagenring 30, D-38106 Braunschweig a.haarstrick@tu-bs.de Technical Assistance and Layout Karsten Breßler, M.A. Institute of Environmental and Sustainable Chemistry Technische Universität Braunschweig, Hagenring 30, D-38106 Braunschweig ISBN: 978-3-00-046519-2 © 2014 This publication was financed by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). All rights reserved including translation into foreign languages. This publication or parts thereof may not be reproduced in any form without permission from the publishers. Printed in Germany by Beyrich Digitalservice GmbH & Co KG, 38106 Braunschweig CONTENT PREFACE Müfit Bahadir et al., Project Chairman 6 OPENING ADDRESSES Ulrich Reimers, Vice-President TUBS 8 Margret Wintermantel, President of DAAD 11 Muzaffer Seker, Rector of NEU Konya 14 Manfred Krafczyk, Vice Dean of Faculty 3, TUBS 16 SYMPOSIUM CONTRIBUTIONS Introductory Notes Five Years of Exceed - an Introduction (Müfit Bahadir) 18 Role of Science in Development Cooperation – Findings in the Context of exceed Evaluation 27 (Clemens Wollny et al.) The Role of Engineering Sciences, Natural Sciences, Social Sciences and Economics in Sustainable Water Management Sanitary and Environmental Engineering (Thomas Dockhorn) 36 Environmental Chemistry (Robert Kreuzig) 45 Social Sciences and Economics (Ulrich Menzel) 55 Five Years of Exceed – Reports of the Exceed Regional Networks Victor Alcaraz et al., Coordinator of Latin America 65 Bülent Topkaya et al., Coordinator of Middle East 80 Yvonne Bonzi et al., Coordinator of Sub-Sahara Africa 103 Thi Thanh Van Ngo et al., Coordinator of South East Asia 121 Future Perspectives – exceed II Norbert Dichtl et al. 137 Session I – “Water, Wastewater Treatment and Reuse“ Wastewater Treatment and Reuse for Irrigation in Middle East Region and Konya Experiences 146 (Mehmet Emin Aydin) Resources Recovery from Wastewater (Marcelo Nolasco) 163 Water and Energy Nexus: A Case of Bangkok Water Supply System (Mukand Babel et al.) 173 Coastal Erosion and Challenges in Latin America (Rodolfo Silva Casarin et al.) 187 Session II – ”Water Pollution and Health” Water and Infectious Diseases (Abdel M. Kassem) 203 Emerging Pollutants and POPs in the Middle East Region (Mufeed Batarseh) 208 Hydrology and Water Quality Aspects of Rice Fields in the Southern Slope of Merapi Volcano 215 (Sudarmadji Sudarmadji) Chemical Pollution of Lake Victoria – a Case Review of Winam Gulf (Chrispine Kowenje et al.) 227 Session III – “Transnational Water Governance, and Water Management” Many Rivers to Cross: Challenges and Opportunities for River Basin Management in Asia: Case of 242 Eastern Himalayan Region (Shahriar Wahid) A Cultural Approach to Water Management Policies (Cecilia Lezama Escalante) 256 Water Policy and Governance in Riparian African Countries: The Case of Volta Basin, West Africa 266 (Yvonne Bonzi et al.) Water Foot Print Approach as Decision Support Tool for Sustainable Water Management in 279 Countries with Water Scarcity (Bülent Topkaya) Session IV – “Education for Sustainable Water Management” Capacity Development for Sustainable Water Management (Ashim Das Gupta) 298 The Win-Win Scenario in the Blue Nile’s Hydropolitical Game: Application on the Grand Ethiopian 309 Renaissance Dam (Mina Samaan) PREFACE Although 70% of earth surface is covered by water, the fresh water reserves available for the mankind are vanishingly small. Water is among the 21st centu

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