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Addressing antibiotic resistance in the Jordan Valley

The goal of this project is to expand the safe reuse of water in the Middle East and North Africa region.

Drawing on experience with water reuse strategies already developed in the region, the project identifies promising innovations and validated reuse models, with the aim of resolving past management bottlenecks. These include cultural barriers, institutional fragmentation, inappropriate regulations and lack of financial models for cost recovery.

With a focus on Egypt, Jordan and Lebanon, the project facilitates inclusive and participatory engagement with stakeholders, to support the development and uptake of project results.

The project is led by the International Water Management Institute.

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