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Funding Agency





1. Apply climate-smart practices to rationalize the use of chemical fertilizers and use of organic fertilizers to reduce soil pollution and increase the percentage of organic matter in the soil.

2. Training farmers on sustainable soil management and irrigation in line with climatic changes.

3. Providing farmers with field equipment to monitor the soil salinity and nutrients.

Project Partners





Project Outputs: On going



Areas of work

HWE works closely with Newcastle University (UK) and many other international institutions and funding agencies such as UNESCO, ESCWA, CEDARE, UNU, USAID, DFID, AFD, GTZ, GWP, EUWI, JICA, ACSAD, BGR, EU, etc.

Main Goals

HWE offers a wide variety of services in water, sanitation and environmental engineering and science from the needs identification stage to the elaboration of tender documents, supervision of works and technical assistance.