WaPOR, remote sensing for water productivity

WaPOR phase 2 is starting now!


The Government of The Netherlands will be supporting WaPOR for five additional years, through the WaPOR Phase 2 project, which started on January 1st 2021.

The focus of this second phase will be on country level, demand-driven, applications of the database that will be co-identified and co-developed with national stakeholders. Ten countries will participate in this process, starting with Egypt, Ethiopia, Jordan, Mali and Sudan.

The project is led by FAO in partnership with IHE Delft and IWMI and will be implemented in close collaboration with FAO decentralized offices, involving local service providers.

More information on WaPOR Phase 2 will be available shortly on this website.