Water Efficiency gains

16 11, 2020

N-W-TN-1: Improving Water Use Efficiency in Agriculture

By |2022-06-09T18:36:14+03:00November 16th, 2020|

Scarcity of water in Tunisia makes efficient management and optimal allocation of this resource imperative. At the moment, agriculture in Tunisia is accountable for more than 80% of total withdrawals. Improving the efficiency of water use in agriculture is therefore at the heart of this activity.

16 11, 2020

N-W-PS-2: Capacity building/trainings with pilot farmers’ associations and relevant communities on optimal irrigation management and practices

By |2023-03-31T12:38:21+03:00November 16th, 2020|

The current WES activity is focusing on increasing the knowledge of the relevant authorities responsible for monitoring irrigation projects and irrigation savings with the aim to enable them to train farmers and Water Users Association in optimal irrigation water management.

16 11, 2020

N-W-IL-2: Storm water management and Natural Water Retention Measures

By |2022-04-05T11:39:32+03:00November 16th, 2020|

WES will support Israel to assess and to inventorise or map potential retention areas and to propose a management plan for the utilisation of the retained volumes. It will enrich the knowledge and know-how of storm water management in urban areas, to review best management practices and to learn from designing Natural Water Retention Measures in two pilot cases.

16 11, 2020

N-W-EG-2: Assist Egypt in the development of financing mechanisms, allowing the private sector to be involved and improve “water network management and resources efficiency at the on-farm level”

By |2023-11-03T16:43:07+02:00November 16th, 2020|

WES will assist Egypt in the development of financing mechanisms allowing the private sector to be involved and to improve water network management and resource efficiency at the on-farm level. The aim of this activity will be to contribute to increasing agricultural water productivity.

16 11, 2020

RW-3-P2P: Peer to Peer Exchange on Water Demand Management

By |2023-09-29T11:06:41+03:00November 16th, 2020|

WES is to build the capacity of PCs on Water Demand Management as a mean to influence the water demand and usage of water to meet any of the following objectives and/or combination of them: economic efficiency, social development, social equity, environmental protection, sustainability of water supply and services, and political acceptability.

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