Irrigation

How Morocco became Africa’s agricultural oasis

How Morocco became Africa’s agricultural oasis

With the rolling dunes of the Sahara desert overlapping its borders, Morocco may be an unlikely...
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900km Nile City

900km Nile City

The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region is the most water-scarce in the world. More than 60...
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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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