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SPNL Launches New Project on Water Management Systems

As a part of SPNL’s projects in Hima Anjar Kfar Zabad, IBA,SPNL has recently launched the project entitled “Restoring Hima Ecosystem functions through promoting sustainable community based water management systems”, the project extends fora three years duration, supported by the MAVA Foundation.

MAVA FoundationIt aims to restore Hima Ecosystem functions through promoting sustainable community based water management systems.The project objectives include:

1-Improving the management of water quality and quantity used for agriculture from the canals, wells and wetlands in both Anjar and Kfar Zabad Himas.

2- Promoting the sustainable, community based practice of water use for Agriculture by the farmers of Anjar and Kfar Zabad.

3- Improving the valuation and appreciation of the Hima water ecosystems in Anjar and Kfar Zabad IBA for people and nature.

The following project will focus on transferring the traditional experience of the Anjar Water Users Association in the management of water for agriculture purpose through the traditional open canal system to Kfar Zabad farmers, where it will promote the good governance and wise use of water for people and nature.

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