How it Began
One of the vital resources needed in agriculture is access to sufficient water. Farmers in Tal Abbas El-Gharbi depend on a primitive irrigation canal which required restoration to ensure efficient access to water from the Istwan River. More than 138 hectares of land currently cultivated with cereals, vegetables, and other crops do not receive sufficient quantities of water.
How it worked
We built an extension of the “Al Saad” Irrigation Canal. The canal is 190 meters long and is divided into 2 parts - 80 meters on one side and 110 meters on the other side to irrigate different areas. The canal was a built as a concrete structure.