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2010

Advanced Hydrogeological Survey for Sustainable Groundwater Development in Iraq (Phase I)

Irak

Titre : Advanced Hydrogeological Survey for Sustainable Groundwater Development in Iraq (Phase I)

Pays /Région : Irak

Code projet : ITF E3-19 WTSN Advanced Hydrog

Durée : Overall Duration 12 month — Start Date 24 August 2010

Présentation
The overall goal of the project is to collect, collate and interpret available in-country data on the physical groundwater occurrence and related hydrogeological regimes and dynamics, which are currently dispersed throughout government institutions. The immediate objectives are to ensure that : (1) GoI has an inventory of hydrogeological resources in Iraq ; and (2) GoI has improved capacities for hydrogeological data collection, processing and management.
1.1 Extraction of existing hydrogeological data from relevant sources including government and academic institutions, research centers, relevant studies, and the private sector 1.2 Creation of a centralised database containing existing hydrogeological data in Iraq 1.3 Establishment of a preliminary report featuring collected data 1.4 Analysis of current hydrogeological conditions in Iraq 1.5 Plan of implementation created for the advanced hydrogeological survey (Phase II) 2.1 Establishment of a team of hydrogeological experts 2.2 Enhanced capacity for the Government of Iraq to effectively monitor and manage national water resources 2.3 Generate connections between universities, researchers, KRG, and the Central Government of Iraq 2.4 Enhanced coordination between ministries and private sector partners

Résultats attendus
1. Creation of an inventory of hydrogeological resources in Iraq for the GoI ; and 2. Improvement of the capacities of the GoI for hydrogeological data collection, processing and management

Agences Nations Unies : UNESCO

Implementing Partners : Ministry of Water Resources

Financement  : MDTF Fund Contribution

Budget : US$ 675,000

United Nations Development Group

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