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Water Resources Sustainability Project (WRS)

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Annual Report 2001. January 2002. Agdal – Rabat. This report presents the progress made by the WRS project in calendar year 2001 towards achieving the results of USAID’s environmental strategic objective to “improve water resources management in the Souss-Massa”. In the Nakhla watershed, the objectives of soil erosion reduction targeted by the project have been exceeded. In Fes, the Dokkarat chromium recycling plant is complete. In 2001, WRS also completed lessons learned workshops for the Drarga and Dokkarat projects, launched a project web site, and held a workshop on wastewater reuse. The Watershed Protection and Management (WPM) activity began on October 1st, 2001. Local staff and local expenses from WRS were transferred to the WPM activity, which is extending soil erosion control interventions in the Nakhla watershed and disseminating best practices developed under WRS in the Souss-Massa river basin.

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