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2012

Spate Irrigation Efficiency Enhancement in Southern Canal of Wadi Mawr, Hodiedah Governorate, Yémen

Yémen

Titre : Spate Irrigation Efficiency Enhancement in Southern Canal of Wadi Mawr, Hodiedah Governorate, Yémen

Pays : Yémen

N° projet  : YEM/SGP/OP5/Y1/CORE/LD/12/07

Durée : Start Date : 7/2012 End Date : 12/2014

Résumé du projet
Wadi Mawr is one of the largest rain flood run off in western Yemen. It has a lrge catchment areas in Amran, Hajjah and Hodiedah Governorate and discharge flood to the Red Sea coast at Luhayyah. The wadi capacity is range between 2,400-3,100 cubic meters per second. In the Eightees the Governemnt of Yemen, Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation built an irrigation network on south and north sides of the wadi enabling spate irrigation to reach more farms. The irrigation system consists of a Dam to allow uptake of flood water into a built up irrigation canals south and north parallel to the wadi with various inlets on both sides to deliver flood water to secondary irrigation canals that take water to each of the targeted farms. This project is targeting the seconday canals off the southern main canals. The project aimed at enabling local farmers (represented by an NGO for each secondary canal) to clean up deposited siltation in order for full capacity flow of flood irrigation ; capacity building of the new NGOs network to assume full responsibility of the management and sustainability of their canals.

Financement
Grant Amount : US$ 47,853.00
Co-Financing Cash : US$ 49,931.00
Co-Financing in-Kind : US$ 12,260.00

Bénéficiaire  : Water User Society in Jarba Canal, Wadi Mawr

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