I) Water mobilization
I.1) Geospatial technologies as tools for decision support
I.2) Techniques for implementation, management and maintenance of conventional and unconventional water mobilization infrastructures
I.3) Mechanisms for financing water mobilization infrastructures
I.4) impacts of climate change on water resources and hydraulic structures.
I.5) Risk analysis models related to climate change: flood, flood, drought, erosion…
II) Soil conservation
II.1) Conservation agriculture in rainwater harvesting
II.2) Soil conservation constraints in irrigated
II.3) Conservatory techniques in forestry
II.4) Techniques for improving pastoral routes
II.5) Tools for planning, managing and monitoring soil quality
III) Cross-cutting themes
III.1) Impact of climate change on the conservation of water and soils
III.2) Development of adaptation approaches to climate change: design of rural infrastructures, hydraulic structures, watershed management, agricultural planning, etc.
III.3) Improving the effectiveness of water and soil monitoring systems, warning and response to extreme events
III.4) Public-private partnership for hydro-agricultural development projects and water resources management
III.5) Governance, regulation and community and transboundary management of water resources.