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2009

TRIANGLE project Construction of roof water harvesting systems in Sudan

soudan

Titre : TRIANGLE project Construction of roof water harvesting systems in Sudan

Pays : Soudan

Date/Durée : 22-Jul-2009

Résumé
Project to implement the roofs of Primary Schools and Women Centres for roof water harvesting. Aditionally agriculture knowledge and appropriate ways to use the water will be taught near the Women Centres.

Contexte
The Nuba Mountains lie in the centre of Sudan and cover an area of about 45,000 square kilometers. They exist mostly in state South Kordofan. There is a population of about 2 million, consisting of both Arabic as well as native African communities. In the region a civil war ended in the mid-eighties between the mainly Islamic North, and the Christian/Animistic south. De numerous communities scattered over the hills and mountains have developed a unique culture over the centuries, untainted by external influences.

Objectifs
As of now there is a maximum of one harvest a year. A second harvest can be made possible if rain from the rain-season is used during the dry season, which will improve the quality of life in the region. This will also result in improved overal health, as well as reduced child mortality. It will further provide an example to local NGO’s and others to show them the possibilities of this kind of water harvesting.

Partenaires
Mise en oeuvre : Abdo ;
Suivi : Impulsis
Financement : Impulsis

Budget : 7 580 EUR ; Impulsis

Présentation (akvorsr)

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