Abangah Social & Engineering Group has started its professional activities on Sociocultural Capacity Building since 2007. During this period the group defined several regional, national and international projects. This website is provided to introduce the group and receive your ideas or suggested cooperation cases on these areas.
Unstructural management; as a basic approach for groundwater resources rebalancing, was discussed by Abangah group through an article
Base on necessity and effective roles of socio-cultural capacity building for sustainable water resource management, Abangah group has been focused mostly on this theme via fundamental researches also innovative plans. In this regards so many articles and papers are preperd by group which the last one is published by “Modiriat-e- Ertebatat” Magazine. M.Behnam and F. Pourmasum as its writers, explained the unstructrual approach and it’s necessity for rebalancing groundwater resources at Iran.
“Water and Jobs” which is the theme of 2016 world water day, comes as the subject of an article which has been written by M. J. Samiee (Abangah CEO) and now is published by NPPS (An online bank of articles by Center of Strategic Studying of Iran President Office). In this article, the influences of two separated issue: “water” and “Jobs” are discussed and some ideas on 4 key fields are suggested. The article is accessible (in Persian) at: http://npps.ir/ArticlePreview.aspx?id=91681
“When the rivers run dry: water, the defining crisis of the twenty-first century” book was presented at Abangah weekly meeting
According to regular Abangah book presentation meetings, at Thursday 21th July, Mr. Behnam presented the book which was focused on aspects of water crisis by describing different cases around the world. The book which was written by Mr. Fred Pearce at 2006, tries to explain the effect of crisis on Food security, environment resources like as wetlands and aquifers, peace and regional challenges at 10 chapters. The story of Hamun lake death (located between Iran and Afghanistan) also water challenges […]