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Concept Project Information Document (PID) - Horn of Africa - Ground Water for Resilience - P174867 (English)

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  • Author

    De Nys,Erwin

  • Document Date

    2021/06/29

  • Document Type

    Project Information Document

  • Report Number

    PIDC30538

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Africa,

  • Region

    Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2021/06/29

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Concept Project Information Document (PID) - Horn of Africa - Ground Water for Resilience - P174867

  • Keywords

    ground water; Environmental and Social Risk Classification; number of people with access; groundwater; resilience to climate change; energy and water; investment need; source of drinking water; water allocation and use; social and economic development; Water Resource Management; Nature-Based Solutions; data collection and analysis; response to climate change; million people; impacts of drought; access to water; conflict and violence; improved water source; Internally Displaced Person; number of beneficiaries; climate change impact; groundwater management; forced displacement; groundwater resource; local groundwater resource; standard of living; access to knowledge; industrial water supply; inefficient water use; domestic water supply; groundwater for irrigation; adaptation to climate; climate change risk; effective information sharing; finance and economic; drinking water source; security and protection; time of drought; Gender-Based Violence; support infrastructure; agreements between state; water use sectors; national water policy; government and service; sustainable water management; agriculture and livestock; conflict and fragility; access to ground water; assessment of groundwater; global water partnership; sources of water; Urban Water Supply; information exchange mechanism; poor urban area; Investment Project Financing; informed decision making; Natural Resource Management; engine of growth; role of water; sanitation and irrigation; Country Partnership Strategy; climate shock; Aquifer; regional cooperation; Water Security; deep aquifer; groundwater recharge; Water Demand; refugee camp; desert locust; groundwater storage; rural area; groundwater monitoring; Groundwater Development; dry period; vulnerable group; regional collaboration; local livelihoods; solar pump; food insecurity; environmental research; groundwater use; social inclusion; cross-border cooperation; participating country; joint governance; Population Density; human capital; groundwater institutions; rainy season; rural community; annual rainfall; surface water; water infrastructure; Political Economy; regional groundwater; groundwater aquifer; climate resilience; groundwater governance; groundwater source; water retention; cultivated land; data format; freshwater availability; quantitative information; groundwater data; safe water; increased access; national border; institutional context; great lakes; fetching water; Irrigated Agriculture; shared aquifer; groundwater availability; soil carbon; regional dialogue; border area; Dry land; cross-border movement; common goals; rural livelihood; livestock rearing; livestock keeping; ecological zone; basin authority; natural disaster; national boundary; basic infrastructure; Agricultural Innovation; urban population; acquired knowledge; transboundary rivers; marginalized group; internship program; youth training; local university; collaborative program; territorial development; sustainable management; long-term process; groundwater situation; regional capacity; Drought Resilience; tie in; active participation; aquifer boundary; regional initiative; domestic wastewater; industrial wastewater; vulnerable communities; livelihood diversification; community participation; mining waste; regional stakeholder; pastoral livelihood; water sector; land use; high resolution; recharge area; water quality; urban stakeholders; access road; base management; comparative advantage; rational use; gender dimension; irrigation infrastructure; technical expertise; database management; retrieval system; refugee situation; water logging; adequate infrastructure; informal settlement; livestock policies; water distribution; water deficit; transboundary water; cluster approach; Regional Studies; aquifer recharge; clean water; partnership framework; outcome indicator; livestock trade; water well; local planning; remote sensing; limited capacity; water authority; groundwater policy; sustainable use; transboundary groundwater; satellite data

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De Nys,Erwin

Concept Project Information Document (PID) - Horn of Africa - Ground Water for Resilience - P174867 (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/521401624984757327/Concept-Project-Information-Document-PID-Horn-of-Africa-Ground-Water-for-Resilience-P174867