Four African Nations Agree to Water Management Programme
18 September 2013
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Producer: Louise Potterton, Video Editor: Petr Pavlicek
Seeking to improve their management of water resources, four northeast African nations agreed at the IAEA to establish a long-term framework for utlizing a key underground water system. Chad, Egypt, Libya and Sudan signed a Strategic Action Programme (SAP) that aims to optimize the equitable use of the Nubian Sandstone Aquifer System, a huge water resource that lies beneath the four nations.