A lack of water is the primary constraint to agricultural growth and food security for a large number of Iraq’s rural communities. So a readily-available and predictable water supply will bring a real boost to crop yields – to improve livelihoods and nutrition across many areas
A recent meeting was held between members of the Ministry of Agriculture, HSAD, University of Salahddinah, and Iraqi-Kurdistan region officials, to agree the management and implementation of a new water harvesting project.
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