MAGO - MEDITERRANEAN WATER MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS FOR A SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE SUPPLIED BY AN ONLINE COLLABORATIVE PLATFORM

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MAGO will demonstrate novel solutions to enhance integrated water resources management (IWRM) for a sustainable agriculture in the Mediterranean Region. These solutions will boost water use efficiency in agriculture, the use of alternative water resources and climate change adaptation (CCA). They will be demonstrated in Tunisia, Spain, France and Lebanon. These solutions will build upon a novel participatory approach with end-users and stakeholders and a new online collaborative platform for researchers and entrepreneurs for delivering web applications

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Period of Implementations

May 1, 2021 - Apr 30, 2024

Total Budget

EUR 2.495.500,00

OUR IMPACT

Goals

To demonstrate novel solutions to enhance integrated water resources management (IWRM) for a sustainable agriculture in the Mediterranean Region

Objectives

- Novel participatory processes for better water and innovation governance - Enhanced monitoring and modelling solutions for better water use efficiency and soil conservation - Improved planning and operation of wastewater reuse systems in agriculture - Provision of new solutions for Global Change adaptation - Novel collaborative platform to deliver WEb applications4 for MEDiterranean region (WEMED)

Impact Pathway

1. Innovative and adapted technical, organizational, business and governance models aimed at enhancing the efficiency of water use […] social and economic components into IWRM and CCA 2. Better use, saving and preservation of water resources, with a positive impact in terms of quality, quantity, and sustainable use […] preservation of natural ecosystem services 3. Optimization of management of water for irrigation obtained from various sources, in particular, recovered water from wastewater treatment systems 4. Improved water governance in support of legal security and social trust 5. Strengthened institutional/organisational and individual capacities in terms of adopting and applying IWRM models, concepts and strategies 6. Improve multi-sectorial stakeholder involvement management and institutional capacity building.

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