Hello, I am Mher Kelian, Lebanese-Armenian from Ghazir, Lebanon.
I got my Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Notre Dame University-Louaize in Zouk Mosbeh, Lebanon.
Before moving to Armenia, I spent 9 years working as a mechanical engineer in water and wastewater treatment plants, swimming pools and pumping stations, as well as design, installation and maintenance.
Alongside my career, I implemented plenty of projects in African countries, including Nigeria, Angola, Zambia, Democratic Republic of the Congo and Equatorial Guinea.
Coupled with the global water shortage, many of the world's environmental problems relating to water treatment, reuse, and wastewater technology can be solved with solutions that meet international quality standards.
As an iGorts Fellow, I work for the Water Committee of the Republic of Armenia.