Main subject discipline or management area addressed in the proposed partnership.

Main subject discipline or management area addressed in the proposed partnership.

This project aims to contribute to the development of systems, processes or structures that build capacity and promote collaboration between the UK and Oman. This project addresses more than one GSIKE programme’s priority areas that include:

The novelty of this research lies in the interdisciplinary methodologies employed and the sustainable development. In addition, this research will provide exciting long-term insights into the process of humanitarian engineering of environment and ecosystems and monitors water quality to provide safe drinking water to all. This project has a potential to produce demonstrable contribution that this research makes to society and the economy. This involves both academic impact and economic and societal impact. The impact of research be it academic, economic and social
includes:

Instrumental: influencing the development of policy, practice, shaping legislation for water quality monitoring.
Conceptual: contributing to the understanding of water quality monitoring policy issues and reframing debates.
Capacity building: through technical and personal skill development.Sharing innovative and cutting-edge ideas will help environmental and public community in both countries and develop research links with particular emphasis on student exchange.