MADFORWATER. WP1 Water and water-related vulnerabilities in Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia. Task1.1 Analysis of current international cooperation agreements and their implications on the water-related goals in Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia

Varela-Ortega, Consuelo and Esteve, Paloma and Martínez Ríos, Marina and Gafrej, Raoudha and Jaouani, Atef and Abdel-Motaleb, Alaa and El-Din Abdin, Alaa and Abdel Monem, Mohamed and Karajeh, Fawzi (2020) MADFORWATER. WP1 Water and water-related vulnerabilities in Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia. Task1.1 Analysis of current international cooperation agreements and their implications on the water-related goals in Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia. DOI 10.6092/unibo/amsacta/6370. [Dataset]
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This dataset includes a review of current international cooperation activities and international agreements in which the 3 target countries are involved in the field of water resources management at different levels: global initiatives, such as United Nations; Euro-Mediterranean, such as the Union for the Mediterranean; and agreements with neighboring African countries. It will include a review of the status of international agreed goals, in order to identify the priorities for agenda at the basis of international cooperation agreements in the field of water efficiency in Egypt, Tunisia and Morocco. In relation to the need for agreements with neighboring African countries, specific attention will be dedicated to Egypt/Sudan agreements on the Nile river, the Tunisia/Algeria agreements on the Medjerda basin and the Tunisia/Algeria and Tunisia/Libya agreements on the North-western Sahara Aquifer System. The information provided refers to the supra-national and national scale including a review of international agreements and initiatives in which the selected countries are involved. Collected information will be derived from international organizations, public sources, public reports and previous research. The dataset will be used in T1.2 for the identification of water vulnerabilities associated to lacks of international cooperation, in T5.2 and T5.3 for the identification of regulatory and economic instruments, and in T6.2 for the elaboration of policy recommendations to support the adoption of the MADFORWATER technologies and integrated water and land management strategies. Other potential users out of the project include decision-makers involved in water and land management and researchers.

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CreatorsAffiliationORCID
Varela-Ortega, ConsueloUniversidad Politécnica de Madrid0000-0002-3714-4097
Esteve, PalomaUniversidad Politécnica de Madrid0000-0003-1216-9156
Martínez Ríos, MarinaUniversidad Politécnica de Madrid
Gafrej, RaoudhaUniversity of Tunis El Manar0000-0003-2284-8363
Jaouani, AtefUniversity of Tunis El Manar0000-0002-6772-1959
Abdel-Motaleb, AlaaNational Water Research Center
El-Din Abdin, AlaaNational Water Research Center0000-0003-0979-978X
Abdel Monem, MohamedFood and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations0000-0002-4532-4477
Karajeh, FawziFood and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
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NameAffiliationORCIDType
Varela-Ortega, ConsueloUniversidad Politécnica de Madrid0000-0002-3714-4097Contact person
Deposit date
29 Apr 2020 09:26
Last modified
04 May 2020 08:06
Project name
MADFORWATER - DevelopMent AnD application of integrated technological and management solutions FOR wasteWATER treatment and efficient reuse in agriculture tailored to the needs of Mediterranean African Countries
Funding program
EC - H2020
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