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Connecting transboundary water resources management
Connecting transboundary water resources management
Connecting transboundary water resources management
Connecting transboundary water resources management
Connecting transboundary water resources management
Connecting transboundary water resources management
Connecting transboundary water resources management
Connecting transboundary water resources management
Connecting transboundary water resources management
Connecting transboundary water resources management
Connecting transboundary water resources management
Connecting transboundary water resources management
Connecting transboundary water resources management
Connecting transboundary water resources management
Connecting transboundary water resources management
Connecting transboundary water resources management
Connecting transboundary water resources management
Connecting transboundary water resources management
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Connecting transboundary water resources management

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Connecting transboundary water resources management
with national visions and plans in Lebanon, by S.Sarraf , Land and Water Days in Near East & North Africa, 15-18 December 2013, Amman, Jordan

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  • 1. Near East & North Africa Land and Water Days, Amman, 15-18 December 2013 Connecting transboundary water resources management with national visions and plans in Lebanon by S.Sarraf
  • 2. Basin area 244 km² Length of the river 52 km Mean annual flow 377MCM Estimated population 100,000
  • 3. National views and Plans in Lebanon for Al-Kabir Basin  Additional water resources  Expand the irrigation network to satisfy the needs of the population (from 1,700 to almost 6,700 ha)  Address pollution issues (water Hyacinth)  Address recurrent flood control
  • 4. Basin area 2,016 km² Length of the river 38 km Mean annual flow 410 MCM Estimated population 381,000
  • 5. National views and Plans in Lebanon for Al-Assi/Orontes Basin  Additional water resources, by increasing water storage  New irrigation schemes covering an area of 6,800 ha  Address pollution issues (Wastewater treatment plants)  Power generation of 50 MW
  • 6. Basin area 600 km² Length of the river 21 km Mean annual flow 143 MCM Estimated population 170,000
  • 7. Government’s projects considered for the Hasbani water course region.  The Wazzani Water Supply Project (WWSP)  The Hasbaya-Hebariyah Water Project  Ibl al Saki Storage Dam Project  The Hasbaya Waste water Project
  • 8. Conclusions For the two transboundary river basins, al-Kabir and al-Assi where Lebanon and Syria have signed agreements, the strategy is to be achieved through:      Construction of dams Distribution of potable water Increasing the irrigated areas Executing wastewater treatment projects Controlling flood For the Hasbani river basin Almost all projects are at hold until further development of the ArabIsraeli conflict.

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