What we do at a glance
The project rehabilitates hundreds of irrigation canals from small to large categories throughout the country, this will supply water to hundred thousands of lands recovering the water losses resulting in a direct impact on improved/increased crops that promotes peoples livelihood with minimised water users disputes on water allocations and distribution.
Due to the long conflict, since 1978 Afghanistan has not produced hydro-meteorological records, therefore the project is currently installing hundreds of hydrological stations countrywide to allow proper planning for water resources management and infrastructure development.
The capacity building
of hundred national staff has also contributed to promote
their technical knowledge. Many locals are now gradually
taking up responsabilities.