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Technology tracking: Understanding decisions to adopt, not to adopt, and dis-adopt household greywater filtration systems
Jordan is one of the world’s water-poorest countries. The demand for potable and productive water is ever increasing due to population growth, climate change, increasing numbers of refugees hosted by the country, as well ...
Adapative Management of Water Resources to Increase Agricultural Productivity
Adaptive natural resource management involves multiple responses involving complex social, economic, and bio-physical challenges. The study looked at the evolution of water management in three villages located at the head, ...
Gender and Rangelands’ Management in Tunisia with a focus on Medenine and Zaghouen “Partnerships for Improving Pastoral Policies” PIPP
The purpose of this study is to explore gender roles, relations, constraints and opportunities in livestock production with a focus on rangelands. Overall, there is very little research conducted on gender issues (such as ...
Report on BUS (entrepreneurial training)
The report is about entrepreneurial strengthening training of rural women in Tunisia. Two times three days 15 women were first trained on self esteem and in a second phase on business development.