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This project was one of the outcomes of the strategic partnership-setting meeting between the Minister of Irrigation and Water Resources (MoIWR) and the Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) Sudan country representative in these interactions, one key priority thematic area identified for collaboration, was implementing local capacity building programs as well as identifying and operationalizing supportive practical policies to improve the productivity of the irrigated agriculture in Sudan, piloted in the Gezira Irrigation Scheme (GIS) to achieve food Security in the future with the help of FAO WaPOR portal to monitor Water Productivity through Open access of remotely sensed derived data the GIS can reach its maximum productivity and be the economic driver for Sudan. the problems of the scheme can be diagnosed in detailed and knowing the root causes followed by analyses of varied intervention options and finally cost-effective and sustainable implementation.
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أثر مياه النيل على العلاقات السودانية المصرية ما بعد سد النهضة
تناولت الدراسة بشيء من التفصيل والتحليل أثر مياه النيل علي علاقات السودان ومصر ما بعد قيام سد النهضة الأثيوبي،...
Selection of the Nile gauging site upstream High Aswan Dam
As per a request from the Permanent Joint Technical Commission for Nile Water (PJTC), The Hydraulics Research Center (HRC)...
Mapping of Cropped Areas in Gezira Irrigation Scheme Using Remote Sensing and GIS techniques
Irrigation schemes in Sudan face many challenges. One of these challenges is to determine the actual cultivated area for...
Investigation of the Drainage Problems of Sabir Branch Protective Drain in New Halfa Irrigation Scheme
This study is intended to investigate the flooding problems of Sabir Branch Protective drain, where every year floods flowing...
Satellite Based Information and Communication Technology (ICT) for Improved Crop Production in the Gezira Scheme
Water scarcity and food security are key concerns for the growing population in the arid and semi‐arid zones. Water...