Irrigation

Increasing water and land productivities in Tunisia and Morocco

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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Women's informal groups and their impact on irrigated agriculture in Tunisia

Women's informal groups and their impact on irrigated agriculture in Tunisia

In Tunisia although there is a feminization of agriculture, women are scarcely involved in...
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Urban agriculture spreads in Gaza

On the roof of the Zahrat al-Madaen School for Girls, the Union of Agricultural Work Committees (...
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Shaking up salt-friendly agriculture

Scientists look to the past for food security solutions. Humanity needs innovative agricultural...
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What will happen if the world no longer has water?

Jordan could be the first country to run out of water, but it likely wouldn’t be the last. Summer...
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Supplemental irrigation for improved water use efficiency

This practice presents a way to increase the efficiency of water use by supplemental irrigation (SI...
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Rural Family Society wins international award for greywater project

In a desert town infamous for its environmental adversities, a public school for girls is hosting a...
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Detectors in the dirt

“Agriculture consumes quite a high amount of water, of fresh water, and this is the target of this...
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EBRD provides a €120 million loan to the Morocco Saïss Water Conservation Project

Strengthening climate resilience of Moroccan agriculture. The EBRD is providing a €120 million loan...
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Egypt: Space to grow

Fertile land is at a premium in Egypt. Reclaiming the desert is repeatedly proposed as the solution...
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Enhancing food security key to Morocco’s prospects in agriculture

Morocco is working to bolster agricultural sustainability by investing in irrigation and...
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The cost of irrigation water in the Jordan Valley

Over the last 6 years, Jordan has seen a decline of its agricultural sector productivity as a...
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