The Nigeria Hydrological Services Agency (NIHSA) is responsible, in line with its statutory mandate, amongst other functions, to issue yearly forecasts for flood management geared towards flood disaster reduction and to improved social and economic development of the citizens. The 2020 edition of the Annual Flood Outlook (AFO) was unveiled by the Honorable Minister of
The Nigeria Hydrological Services Agency(NIHSA) stakeholders’ Validation Workshop for review and validation of the project for collection of baseline data, study of flood prone areas and production of flood vulnerability/hydrogeological maps for hydrological Area V(Niger South), held at the Presidential Hotel, Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria on Wednesday, 26th June,2019.
JANUARY 2020 1.0 TRANSBOUNDARY BLACK FLOOD RISING IN NIGERIA The Transboundary Black Flood flow of River Niger from Guinea is still rising in Nigeria at Jiderebode, Kebbi State, upstream Kainji Dam in January 2020 and expected to attain its peak flow in February or March 2020. The flood has a maximum Water Level (WL) of
PUBLIC PRESENTATION OF THE 2019 ANNUAL FLOOD OUTLOOK (AFO) AND STAKEHOLDERS WORKSHOP The Nigeria Hydrological Services Agency (NIHSA) is delighted to invite you to the Public Presentation of the 7th edition of its Annual Flood Outlook (AFO) and Stakeholders Workshop. The event is scheduled to hold as follows: Date: 30th April, 2019. Venue: Rockview (Royale)
The Nigeria Hydrological Services Agency NIHSA) in collaboration with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Vienna- Austria, is organizing a two (2) day IWAVE Stakeholders Workshop to develop a National Hydrological Framework for the implementation of the Technical Cooperation Project-“Adding Groundwater Dimension to the Understanding and Management of Shared Water Resources in the Sahel Region”RAF7019.
MEETING OF THE REPRESENTATIVES OF THE SHELL PETROLEUM DEVELOPMENT COMPANY OF NIGERIA LIMITED (SPDC) WITH THE MANAGEMENT OF THE NIGERIA HYDROLOGICAL SERVICES AGENCY (NIHSA) IN ABUJA ON 4TH SEPTEMBER, 2018.
MEETING OF THE REPRESENTATIVES OF THE SHELL PETROLEUM DEVELOPMENT COMPANY OF NIGERIA LIMITED (SPDC) WITH THE MANAGEMENT OF THE NIGERIA HYDROLOGICAL SERVICES AGENCY (NIHSA) IN ABUJA ON 4TH SEPTEMBER, 2018. The representatives of the Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Limited (SPDC) met with the Ag. Director General and the management staff of the Nigeria
LOW FLOW DISCHARGE MEASUREMENT EXERCISE The Nigeria Hydrological Services Agency, in line with one of her mandates embarked on a Nationwide River Discharge Measurement on all the Hydrological Stations (Gauging Sites) on Rivers Niger and Benue and their tributaries. Considering the widths, depths and the flow patterns of the Rivers Niger and Benue and their