Key findings from Mali NCAP Project

Submitted by Sukaina Bharwani | published 25th Mar 2011 | last updated 13th Jan 2020
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Major findings from each of the two case studies can be found by following the links below.

For the first case study analysis revealed that current water availability is not sufficient for community needs, and that this situation will be exacerbated by climate change and an increase in water demand. Measures are required to improve both quantity and quality of supply. Key findings from the Mali Case Study 1: 'The Study of Ultimate Users of Water Resources and Dialogue with Communities.'

For the second part of the study the need for the transfer and uptake of appropriate water harvesting distribution techniques was identified. Key findings from the Mali Case Study 2: 'The Identification and Selection of Appropriate Water Resource Management Technologies.'