Fighting water scarcity: the Water-DROP project encourages rainwater harvesting in Jordan

Fighting water scarcity: the Water-DROP project encourages rainwater harvesting in Jordan
January 16th 2015

A new article on Water-DROP project has been published on ENPI-CBCMED website:

Fighting water scarcity: the Water-DROP project encourages rainwater harvesting in Jordan

Water scarcity is recognized by many governments and international organizations among the main challenges to be addressed in order to ensure adequate standards of living for populations worldwide. In the 2014 edition of the World Water Development Water Report, the United Nations highlight that "global demand for water is expected to grow significantly for all major water use sectors" i.e. agriculture, domestic and industry. Although there is no global water scarcity as such according to the UN, an increasing number of regions are chronically short of water. Jordan is one of these regions. In the Balqa Governorate, the Water-DROP project is working to encourage local communities to make most use of rainwater. 

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