Water

The reality of Egypt’s water supply

The reality of Egypt’s water supply

Upon hearing the government had passed a law to reduce cultivation of rice and freeze cultivation...
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Circular water economy introduced on Greek islands

Circular water economy introduced on Greek islands

On Thursday and Friday at Lavrio in Attica, 27 partners, including some leading European...
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A sustainable water supply for Morocco's farmers bears fruit

As Youssef Jebha walks past the lush citrus groves surrounding the town of Guerdane in central...
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Increasing water and land productivities in Tunisia and Morocco

Nearly 80 percent of seasonal crop areas in the Near East and North Africa Region are rainfed, a...
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How one community in Jordan is raising women's voices - and ensuring clean water is not wasted

With the support of Global Affairs Canada, Oxfam is working with community members, partners, and...
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Reducing industrial water consumption in Tunisia

Globally, industry is responsible for 22% of all water use. As more countries industrialize, demand...
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Cairo calls on Egyptian expats for water advice

Under the auspices of the Ministry of Immigration and Egyptian Expatriates Affairs, the Luxor...
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Pledging conference for the Desalination Facility project for the Gaza strip

The European Commission and the Government of Palestine, in partnership with the Union for the...
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Facts about water resources and rationing in Egypt

Water efficiency is considered one of the Egyptian National Security issues, the Nile River is the...
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Water conservation is no game in Jordan, or maybe it is

The app was introduced several months ahead of the usually dry summer that brings severe water...
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Reusing waste water: Egypt's fight against water scarcity

Mai Samih examines how a joint initiative between the government and the UN Food and Agriculture...
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Getting Lebanon’s water flowing: using new SDG data in an urban crisis

Anna Walnycki explains how reliable, disaggregated data on water access – supported by the...
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