Project Overview

The Government of Australia in collaboration with the Government of Islamic Republic of Pakistan has launched “Australian Water Programme for Pakistan” under which several joint initiatives have been started. The project titled Improving ground water management to enhance agriculture and farming livelihoods in Pakistan” is a step toward more effective groundwater use for social, economic and environmental benefits. Read More

Aim's & Objectives

  • Develop and articulate a shared understanding of sustainable groundwater use.
  • Develop, with collaborating stakeholders in each case study, groundwater management tools
  • Enhance capacity and institutional arrangements for post project adoption.

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  • Farmers and partner non-government organizations have started management practices.
  • Government agencies in Pakistan have started improved groundwater-related planning.
  • Relevant organizations have developed partnerships for ongoing groundwater management issues and solutions.

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  • Scientific impacts

  • Capacity impacts

  • Community impacts

  • Policy impacts

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News & Updates

News:- Final Review Meeting May 20-21, 2021
News:- Five Days Capacity Building Training Workshop at Quetta March 02-06, 2018
News:- PRA discussion session with SAU,MUET and Sindh Provincial team
News:- Training of project partners on Impact Pathway Analysis at Islamabad (30th Jan-1st Feb, 2017)
News:- Training of Project Partners on groundwater modeling at UAAR (February 2, 2017)
News:- Training of Project Partners on Remote Sensing applications at UAAR (February 3, 2017)
News:- Field Demonstration of water table measurement at Lahore (February 6,2017)
News:- Participatory Rural Appraisal near Renala Khurd (February 7, 2017)
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