In the Niger Basin, Countries collaborate on hydropower, irrigation, and improve water resource Management. World Bank, March 4, 2015, Washington. Investments in hydropower plants, reservoirs, irrigation schemes, and navigation facilities can help reduce poverty and boost shared prosperity in the Niger Basin countries. The Niger…View More In the Niger Basin, Countries Collaborate on Hydropower, Irrigation and Water Management
Only 5% of basic grains crops operate under irrigation in Honduras Bessy Lara, January 20, 2015 San Pedro Sula, Honduras. The Honduran government with assistance from international organizations built in 2015 about 2000 water reservoirs in the dry corridor, due the need to increase irrigated…View More Only 5% of basic grains crops operate under irrigation in Honduras
Joint effort helps restore Danube River and Black Sea ecosystems United Nations Development Programme21 March, 2011. An international plan, supported by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), has helped to restore the fragile plant and animal life of the Danube River basin after 75 years…View More Joint effort helps restore Danube River and Black Sea ecosystems
Hillary Rodham Clinton. Water scarcity an international community challenge. National Geographic Society Washington DC. World Water Day, March 22, 2010 Secretary Clinton: March 2010 » World Water Day U.S. Department of State In the United States, water represents one of the great diplomatic and…View More Water scarcity an international community challenge.
International Conference. The management of the Guarani Aquifer System: an example of cooperation. Cidade Universitaria USP, São Paulo, 21-23 September 2011. “The São Paulo Declaration on the Management of the Guarani Aquifer System” The Group of Experts including practitioners, academics and policy makers from different…View More The management of the Guarani Aquifer System: an example of cooperation.
P. Aggarwal, Boussaha A. Promotion of knowledge about the Nubian aquifer. 1 September 2005. The Nubian aquifer, shared by Chad, Egypt, Libya and Sudan, is important as a source of drinking water and irrigation. The ancient waters of the Nubian aquifer extends approximately two million…View More Promotion of knowledge about the Nubian aquifer.