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2019

FAO and WFP partnership to strengthen resilience through restoring irrigation infrastructure (Syria)

Syrie

Titre : FAO and WFP partnership to strengthen resilience through restoring irrigation infrastructure (Syria)

Pays /Région : Syrie
Lieu (x) : Deir-ez-Zor Governorate.

Code projet : OSRO/SYR/905/JPN

Durée : 31/03/2019-30/11/2020

Objectif (s) : To improve the food security of crisis-affected smallholder households and contribute to restoring their livelihoods through enhanced access to irrigation water and capacity building to manage water resources efficiently.

Activités
* Rehabilitated five key irrigation infrastructures in Deir-ez-Zor Governorate, including three irrigation systems along “sector 5” irrigation project (the main intake pumping station, the water lifting station and the drainage system) ; one small-scale irrigation system in Ashara village ; and one small-scale irrigation system in Mrat village. * Trained 300 farmers across ten villages on farmer-led irrigation management ; 125 technical experts from various national entities on natural resources assessment tools ; and 124 technical experts on the operation, maintenance and management of pumping sets. * Established six Water Users Associations (WUAs), engaging 3 150 WUA members in managing water resouces through 30 Water Users Units.

Partenaires : The World Food Programme.

Bénéficiaires : 6 250 crisis-affected smallholder households (37 500 people)

Financement : Japan
Contribution : USD 535 714

FAO en situations d’urgence

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