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Egypt

Main sources of information

AfDB. 2015. Environmental and social management framework (ESMF). National Drainage Programme Egypt. African Development Bank.

ARE. 2009. Sustainable agricultural development strategy towards 2030. Arab Republic of Egypt.

CAPMAS. 2014. Irrigation statistics 2013. Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics.

EU. 2012. Review and analysis of status implementation of wastewater strategies and/or action plans. National Report Egypt. Sustainable Water Integrated Management (SWIM) – Support Mechanism. European Union.

FAO. 2015a. FAOSTAT database. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Rome.

FAO. 2015b. State of food security 2015. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Rome.

Gersfelt, B. 2007. Allocating irrigation water in Egypt. Case Study #8-4 of the Program “Food policy for developing countries: The role of government in the global food system”. Cornwell University, New York.

ICARDA and AusAID. 2011. Water and agriculture in Egypt. International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas and Australian Government.

JMP. 2015. Progress on drinking water and sanitation – 2015 update. WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation.

MARL. 2011. Sustainable use of agricultural resources program. Ministry of Agriculture and Land Reclamation.

MEA. 2012. Egypt State of Environment 2011. Ministry of Environmental Affairs.

MWRI. 2005. Water for the future. National Water Resources Plan 2017. Ministry of Water Resources and Irrigation.

MWRI. 2011. Agricultural Drainage Water in Egypt . Presented at the Wastewater Management in the Arab World Conference, 22-24 May 2011, Dubai. Ministry of Water Resources and Irrigation.

MWRI. 2015. MWRI website. Ministry of Water Resources and Irrigation. Access in December 2015.

MWRI and HCWW. 2011. Wastewater reuse in Egypt: opportunities and challenges. Ministry of Water Resources and Irrigation and Holding Company for Water and Wastewater.

El Qausy D.E., Shideed K., Oweis T. and Karrou M. 2011. The role of current policies and institutional setups in Egypt in achieving improved and sustainable irrigated agriculture. In: Karrou M., Oweis T., Benli B. and Swelam A. 2011. Improving water and land productivities in irrigated systems. Community-Based Optimization of the Management of Scarce Water Resources in Agriculture in CWANA. Report no. 10. International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA), Aleppo, Syria.

Ramsar. 2013. The List of wetlands of international importance.

UNDP. 2015. Human Development Reports: Data. United Nations Development Programme. New York.

USAID. 2001. Knowledge, attitudes and practices of Egyptian farmers towards water resources. National Survey 2001. United States Agency for International Development.

USAID. 2011. Integrated water resource management II. Annual Report Rev. 1 Year 2 (January-December 2010). United States Agency for International Development.

WB. 2015. World Development Indicators. World DataBank. World Bank. Washington.

     
   
   
             

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