Global Soil Partnership

Regional Soil Laboratory Networks 

Countries are organized into Regional Soil Laboratory Networks (RESOLANs), the skeleton of GLOSOLAN. After the successful establishment of the Regional Soil Laboratory Networks for Asia (SEALNET) in 2017, Latin America (LATSOLAN) in 2018, and the Pacific (ASPAC), Africa (AFRILAB), Europe and Eurasia (EUROSOLAN) in 2019, GLOSOLAN successful launched the Regional Soil Laboratory Network for the Near East and North Africa (NENALAB) on 9 June 2020. 

 

Near East and North African Soil Laboratory Network (NENALAB)

The Near East and North African Soil Laboratory Network (NENALAB) was established through an inception meeting in June 2020.  The network aims to connect partners and networks already operating within the NENA region. Laboratories in NENALAB meet yearly to revise their work plan and position within GLOSOLAN.

Countries in NENALAB

Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, Yemen

Curious to learn more about the needs and characteristics of soil laboratories in these countries as well as about country specific activities? Look for the country of your interest in the National Soil Laboratory Networks webpage.

Network growth

Governance

Activities in NENALAB are coordinated by the Chair with the support of the vice-Chair from the Near East and the vice-Chair from North Africa

2020-2022

Chair: Mr. Abdelmjid Zouahri (Morocco) 
Vice-Chair for the Near East: 
Mr. Alaa Khallouf (Syria)
Vice-Chair for North Africa: 
Ms. Hana Nabil (Morocco)

Recent NENALAB meeting

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1st Spectroscopy meeting
First NENALAB meeting
Zoom platform, 9 - 11 June 2020

At regional level, NENALAB facilitates the exchange of experiences among national reference soil laboratories. This network aims to strengthen laboratory performance...