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Road water harvesting: From roads to Ponds

Created on 29 September 2017
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A short video on the multi-beneficial uses of (fish)ponds and its integration with agriculture in flood-based areas in Malawi. By using the runoff from roads to drain into a pond, Lilongwe University in Malawi is practicing an exemplary integrated management approach. The runoff from roads is drained into a pond which is then used as a fish pond and to foster drip irrigation. In addition to fish cultivation, the researchers are using the fish as biological control for bilharzia.

More info: http://roadsforwater.org/ 
Produced by: Flood-based Livelihoods Network (FBLN) Malawi in collaboration with LUANAR (Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources). 
Year: 2017
Region: Malawi, Southern Africa
Language: English




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