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The Rahad irrigation project

The Rahad irrigation project

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Published by The Ministry in [Khartoum] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Sudan.,
  • Rahad River Region (Ethiopia and Sudan)
    • Subjects:
    • Irrigation -- Sudan.,
    • Irrigation -- Rahad River Region (Ethiopia and Sudan)

    • Edition Notes

      Cover title.

      Statement[Democratic Republic of the Sudan, Ministry of Culture and Information].
      ContributionsSudan. Wizārat al-Iʻlām wa-al-Thaqāfah.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTC919.S74 R35 1970z
      The Physical Object
      Pagination1 v. (various pagings) ;
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2105588M
      LC Control Number88156567

      Book on Public Finance Reform during the Transition - to Research Project RPO (Ann Krueger, project director) May - June The World Bank, Operations Evaluation Department (Morocco Doukkala Irrigation; Sudan Rahad Irrigation; Curriculum Vitae.   On the impact of irrigation project on and the Khouzestan province in Iran, in spite of malaria (Farid M.A. ) mentions "In areas eradication campaigns that have been conducted over the last 2 decades bear witness to the using water from rain, rivers or wells for dry fact."(5)farming and irrigation of winter crops malaria may be absent or at.

      (1) Gezira Project: Total area: thousand Hectares. Surface irrigation system. Availability of infrastructure for irrigation and support services. Crop rotation (cotton, wheat, sorghum, peanut and vegetables) Required partnership in crop rotation (sorghum, maize, sugar beet) (2) Al-Rahad Agricultural Scheme: Total area: thousand hectares. The Council of Ministers, chaired by the President of the Republic, Field Marshal Omer Al-Bashir, reviewed in its regular sitting Thursday a report on the existing dams and future water projects.

      Awarded a Certificate of Appreciation for the Supervising the Best Scientific Research Project Titled: Social Empowerment of Determination in the Fields of Work in Fujairah Emirate (Field Study of a Sample of Workers in Fujairah Police Centers), at the 2nd AU Students’ Research Day held at Ajman University, Ajman, UAE, on 2nd May This reporting period we will report on the work carried out in the Rahad Agricultural Project in Sudan on irrigation performance at the major and minor canal levels by Mr. Ali in cooperation with the International Irrigation Management Institute. In the Rahad Agricultural Project, the irrigation supply was measured at minor canals at the head.


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Get this from a library. Sudan, the Rahad Irrigation Project / by Peter Benedict [and others]. [Peter Benedict; United States. Agency for International Development. Bureau for the Near East.; United States. Agency for International Development.

Bureau Development Support.;]. The impact of water resource use and management on the development of Rahad Irrigation Project in Sudan. The Rahad irrigation project book Edward Tawdrous] Home.

WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a>. This book was No. 4 in a project entitled “Sudan Health Trilogy,” launched Dr Ahmad Al Saf.

The Trilogy includes “A Biographical Dictionary of Health Care Professionals in Sudan”, “Pioneers of Sudanese Medicine Series” and a “Biography of Biomedical Literature in Sudan”. and studied health aspects of Rahad Irrigation Project. The Rahad scheme which should eventually irrigate an additional ha of land in the Sudan is due to complete its first phase ( ha) in and some 84 is already functioning.

The place of the scheme within the general development strategy of the Sudan is described. The project organization is similar to the Gezira scheme. Much of the pounds-sterling mill invested has been Author: G. Heinritz. The canal then emptied into the Rahad above a new barrage that diverted the combined flow from the two sources into the project's main irrigation canal.

Irrigation was by gravity flow, but instead of flat field flooding, furrow irrigation was used, because it permitted more effective use of machinery.

Rahad Agricultural Project irrigation and industrial uses of Nehralarhad. The most important crops: sesame, maize, millet, gum arabic, sun flower and horticultural crops such as lemon, watermelon and vegetables such as tomatoes and okra, squash and others.

Evaluating Impacts of Chashma Right Bank Irrigation Project on the Cropping Intensity of District an Atta-ur-Rahman, Amir Nawaz & Zulfiqar Ali Journal of Managerial Sciences. Reproduction and Social Context in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Fertility Impact of the Rahad Irrigation Project, Sudan by El-Rayah A.

Osman Social Setting, his book is a major contribution to understanding diverse contexts of fertility behavior in sub-Saharan Africa, and should provoke a multilevel, multidisciplinary response to findings. Rahad Irrigation Project and ongoing research on schistosomiasis in Gezira”.

“He was probably the only scientist who could have been solicited to write an authoritative review article, and indeed he did, on practically any major tropical disease”.

Recognition Many awards and prizes were given to. He has published two papers on operational culture in and in the Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin and two book chapters in He also coauthored an introduction to sociology book (with Dr. Carol Apt) in and wrote a book chapter in on the fertility impact of the Rahad Irrigation Project, Sudan.

Download Resume. The World Bank FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY Report No. PROJECT COMPLETION REPORT KENYA BURA, IRRIGATION SETTLEMENT PROJECT (CREDIT KRE/LOAN KE) MA Agriculture Operations Division Eastern Africa Department Africa Regional Office This docuent has a rsicted m d may be used by -- oudy io the _peomn of.

Photocopies of reports on the Rahad Irrigation Project taken from the appendices of a larger report SAD/3/ May 6 Photocopy of an article from the Wall Comments by M. Adam, Natural Resources Institute, on a draft of Farbrother's book Water management options in the Sudan Gezira.

SAD/4/5. “Report on a study visit to. The Western Sudan Agricultural Research Project,was funded by the United States Agency for International Development and the World Bank.

The Agricultural Research Corporation, research division of the Government of Sudan's Ministry of Agriculture, was a partner in the research program. Adrian Laycock is qualified in Civil and Agricultural Engineering, has 32 years experience on inter - disciplinary irrigation and agricultural projects in 20 developing countries.

He is a specialist in trouble-shooting and rehabilitation of malfunctioning irrigation schemes. Rahad Irrigation Project, Sudan to provide guidelines for the design of bored concrete piles in expansive soils.

Design parameters were developed. parameters needed for the design of bored. Reproduction and Social Context in Sub-Saharan Africa by in the Fertility of Southern Ethiopian Women by Dennis and Betemariam Berhanu The Fertility Impact of the Rahad Irrigation Project, Sudan by El-Rayah A.

Osman Social Setting, Birth Timing, and Subsequent Fertility in the Ghanaian South by Samuel Agyei-Mensah, Asbjorn Aase, and. Launching the book. An evening to commemorate the achievements of Dr.

Mohamed Hamad Satti (–) by launching the book was held at the Diplomatic Club in Khartoum on the 16th of April at 8–10 p.m. The event was organized by the Sudan Medical Heritage Foundation, Sudan National Academy of Sciences, and the Satti family (Photo 1). The observation of groundwater quality elements is essential for understanding the classification and distribution of drinking water.

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NAME OF STAFF: Robert G. Goodyear 4. DATE OF BIRTH: January NATIONALITY British 5. Full text of "Technical information appropriate for developing countries: selected abstracts from the NTIS database: supplement / prepared by the U.S. Department of Commerce, National Technical Information Service" See other formats.Rawaba, Er Rahad, Dongola, Merewe, Gedaref and Nahr el Rahad in central, eastern, northern and western Sudan (Figure 1).

Most of the surveyed sites are low lying ."The Fertility impact of rural development projects: The Case of the Rahad Irrigation project, Sudan" Ph.

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