During the last ten years, a solid partnership has been built between the main management bodies in the Sebou river basin (Morocco) and several international organisations for nature and wetland conservation. This has greatly improved awareness of the need for improving water management practices, by implementing the notion of a river minimum flow as a key approach.
The WAMAN (WAter MANagement) Sebou project is intended to build on the established partnerships and improve awareness by implementing the first stages of a Water Fund mechanism in two sub-basins within the river catchment. The ultimate goal of the project is to enhance the conservation of freshwater ecosystems in these two sub-basins.
This work was carried out by MedWet as part of the portfolio of Mediterranean wetland projects.
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