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Protección del recurso hídrico en la microcuenca del río Manacacías y Yucao a través de un plan de reforestación con especiesnativas y un trabajo de producción local de hortalizas y verduras en viveros comunitarios. COMPONENTE 1: Reforestación con especies nativas ... Learn More

To create water for poor and needy people. Learn More

Restauracion participativa y conservación de las cuencas hidrográficas del Valle del Cauca, a través de la siembra de árboles nativos, permitiendo de esta manera la protección de las cuencas abastecedoras de agua potable y mejorando la calidad de vida de ... Learn More

Promover acciones en torno al agua en la I.E. San Francisco de Asís Sede Membrillal y su comunidad, y la I.E Cuarta Poza de Manga sedes Hilda Marrugo y La Cruz. Así mismo generar acciones territoriales entorno al cuidado del ... Learn More

The work consists of widening the river’s middle water channel in some places. As the primary objective of this restoration is flood defence, the explanation to elected representatives of the benefits of preserving the flood storage area and diversifying habitats ... Learn More

Incrementar la disponibilidad de agua para riego de pastos Learn More

Incrementar la eficiencia de agua para uso agrícola, implementando revestimiento de canales Learn More

Water purification, project design and proposal management, water footprinting. Project technical studies and evaluations. Learn More

The legislation of the Reclaimed Water Resources Development Act in 2014 has paved the way for domestic sewage to become a stable source of systemic reclaimed water. Coupled with the allocation of government budget towards the construction of the “six ... Learn More

The rivers have made way for agriculture and have been straightened and dredged, drained and embanked. Reversing these processes is difficult, but effective, and can be achieved in places without a loss of agricultural productivity. Learn More