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Created on 03 March 2015
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This is an episode of a series of episodes for a radio show called ‘Flood Streams’. The show talks about different water-related topics aiming to spread awareness, and consists of multiple dialogues discussing the topic of the broadcasted episode, including interviewing youth (to measure their water knowledge), experts and people from the field; introducing the issue in an acting performance; interposing explanations and definitions between the show’s sections; sharing farmers’ experiences; and finally opening for a discussion inside the studio while hosting different stakeholders.

In this episode, episode 2, the discussion is around managing water resources and its uses cooperatively by locals. Local Water Management aims to resolve water conflicts arising among locals, ensure equal distribution of water in that area, study and apply improvements in the field…, etc. The formation of local associations, introducing societies to the importance of their roles in conserving water, studying new and efficient ways to irrigate, and more can be done by locals to prevent the water shortage and depletion threatening their groundwater and other water resources. Spreading awareness of the local responsibility toward water and its consumption and conservation can downgrade the impact of its rising threat gazing at the next generations.

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Produced by: Water and Environment Center (WEC)
Year: 2014
Language: Arabic
Region: Middle East



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