Nile Basin Capacity Building Network For River Engineering

Nile Basin Capacity Building Network


Please wait while JT SlideShow is loading images...

Nile Basin Countries

The river Nile is the longest river in the world shared by 10 countries in the Nile Basin: Burundi, Congo, Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda...

+ More info...


Nile Basin Climate Change Portal ( NB-CC )

+ More info...


Research Themes

The NBCBN Network is focused on supporting a variety of research activities ranging from Cluster and Group (CoP) research, Integrated research Local action research, ,to Multi-disciplinary research. ....

+ More info...


Where Are we Hosted

NBCBN has been designed as an open regional network with nodes in each of the Nile basin countries .The nodes in it selves are again...

+ More info...


Online Resources

NBCBN as a knowledge network for the Nile Basin provides a variety of services to water professionals as part of the network activities.

+ More info...

Please wait while JT SlideShow is loading images...
Photo Title 1Photo Title 2Photo Title 3

Knowledge Map

The Nile Basin Knowledge Map is a tool that provides an easy access to detailed information regarding water professionals in the Nile basin, organizations, projects, alumni,... etc. The knowledge map (KM) includes communication information of the Nile... 

+ More info...


From our Publications

Impact Evaluation Tools & Decision Support System for  Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA)

+ More info...

New Nile Perspectives” Scientific Advances in the Eastern Nile Basin 6th-8th May 2013, Khartoum, Sudan

The Ministry of water resources and electricity in Sudan in collaboration with UNESCO-IHE and, ENTRO, NBCBN, University of Khartoum, Addis Ababa University, Cairo University and University of Juba took the responsibility to organize an international conference to create a platform from the researcher and the stakeholders in the Eastern Nile Region. NBCBN sponsored regional researchers to present their research papers in this conference. The conference was organized in Khartoum, in the period from 6 to 8th May 2013


Dr. Amel Azab, the network manager gave a presentation on the NBCBN climate change research project in the UNESCO-IHP special session on “Water Sciences for Peace and Sustainable Development in the Eastern Nile: Perspective of Future Cooperation”. The main objectives of the NBCBN climate change research project were presented. The conference was very successful and was appreciated by all the participants and a recommendation was to have a regular meeting for exchanging knowledge and experiences between professionals in the region. As an output of this conference, the participants agreed on the Khartoum declaration 2013.

You are here: Home


October 2014
28 29 30 1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8 9 10 11
12 13 14 15 16 17 18
19 20 21 22 23 24 25
26 27 28 29 30 31 1

NBCBN Journal


Contact Us

Nile Basin Capacity Building Network

Visiting Address : NBCBN-SEC Office
 Hydraulics Research Institute
Postal Address : 13261 Delta Barrage, Cairo, Egypt
Email :
Tel : +2 02 - 42188252
Fax : +2 02 - 42188252

NBCBN Partners

Please wait while JT SlideShow is loading images...
Photo Title 1Photo Title 2Photo Title 3Photo Title 4Photo Title 5


Want to keep yourself update with our products and information subscribe below.

Weather Forecast

Weather data OK
26 °C


For Online Membership please click here