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CREM focal points meeting

The Regional Cooperation for Sustainable Water Management in the Maghreb” (CREM) project held its inaugural focal points meeting on 28-30 September 2014 in Rabat (Morocco).

CREM aims to strengthen cooperation among water stakeholders in the Maghreb (Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia).  The project is implemented jointly by GIZ (Germany), OSS (Tunisia) and the Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources (BGR, Germany).

The focal points meeting, which was hosted by the Moroccan ministerial department in charge of water resources, is the latest in a series of consultations with stakeholders in the three CREM countries (Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia).

Previously, an exploratory mission conducted in April 2013 led to the definition of the themes to be addressed by the CREM project, which launched on 29 January 2014 in Tunis.

The meeting led to the set-up of a regional focal point network and sketched a common vision for the project’s outcomes.

Three watersheds, namely Mellegue (Algeria), Souss (Morroco), and Oued Nebhana (Tunisia), have been selected as pilot sites for the implementation of the project activities.

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