Irrigation

Water reuse can quench agriculture's growing thirst

Water reuse can quench agriculture's growing thirst

With food demand and water scarcity rising, it's time to stop treating wastewater like garbage and...
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Egyptian invention cuts rice irrigation water by half

Egyptian invention cuts rice irrigation water by half

Experts and stakeholders in Egypt warn of imminent water poverty as a result of the Ethiopian...
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"Without the Nile there is no life"

As construction of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam continues, Egypt’s farmers brace for further...
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Making the most of precious water in Morocco

Rain, or a lack of it can plague farmers for decades when weather patterns shift, but new rural...
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Water resources: a plan for irrigation

  "It is urgent to have a system of irrigation stations that can provide water for agriculture,"...
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Water and Gender: gender analysis in water programmes

Gender-sensitive indicators are essential means to understand the roles, the needs and the...
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A new modern irrigation technology

A young engineer from the town of El-Houdh, Tunisia, has implemented a modern irrigation technique...
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What should Jordan’s irrigation agency do to keep supplying water?

The Cost of Irrigation Water in the Jordan Valley, a WPP-funded report published this month, looks...
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Water for agriculture: producing more with less

A global perspective on agribusiness and sustainable agriculture. To cope with the effects of...
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Morocco: A story of sustainable irrigation to promote a more productive agricultural sector

Would you believe that Morocco’s agricultural potential starts with one drop? A drop coming from...
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Morocco: 1,200 Farmers Refuse to Pay Royalties on Water Used for Irrigation

A report exposed 1,200 farmers from the Souss-Massa-Drâa region who refused to pay royalties on the...
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