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2015

Gender, socio-economics and impact assessment of water saving technologies packages (Egypt, Morocco)

Afrique du Nord (Egypte, Maroc)

Water Scarcity Regional Collaborative Platform - Managing Water Scarcity in Agriculture in the Near East and North Africa

Titre : Gender, socio-economics and impact assessment of water saving technologies packages (Egypt, Morocco)

Pays /Région : Afrique du Nord (Egypte, Maroc)

Durée : Starting Date : 6/2015 Ending Date : 6/2017

Objectif (s)
• Test contextually relevant approaches for out-scaling the training of women, men and youth farmers in new and improved practices of irrigation and water saving technologies• Assess and monitor the impact, feasibility and potential for scaling out of water saving technologies on women and men farmers to promote policy dialogue and consideration of broad national uptake

Résultats attendus
• Manual for women and youth training in water productivity and water saving technological packages • A program of women training institutionalized with the Ministries of Agriculture • About 500 women and 10 young trainers trained in water productivity technological packages ; and at least 5000 women are reached by the project through farmer-to-farmer communication • Methodologically valid and rigorous empirical evidence of the impact of water productivity and water saving technological packages, and constraints identified to adoption and opportunities for scaling up • Policy briefs

Partenaire : International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA)

Budget : 200.910 $

Regional Collaboration Platform

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