From 30 May to 1st June and AGREEMed workshop was held in La Cité d’Innovation Souss Massa in Morocco as part of the AGREEMed project, funded by the PRIMA program and coordinated by the Mohammed VI Polytechnic University.
The workshop began with a presentation of the project’s progress to date, followed by a workshop on “Water resources governance: the case of the Souss-Massa aquifer agreement”. After this first session, two focus groups were held, one on “Typology of different farms in the Chtouka-Massa plain” and the other on “Nature-based solutions as a win-win strategy for adapting to climate change and providing new alternative water sources”.
On the second day of the AGREEMed event in Agadir, two workshops were held, one on “Building bridges for effective water governance”, followed by a workshop on “Non-conventional water resources in the Mediterranean”. The second day was concluded with a round table with the Scientific Committee, the PRIMA project officer, the project stakeholders, and the advisory members.
3 technical visits were organized on June 1ST. The first trip was to Agadir Water Desalination and Irrigation Plant, The second one was to INRA Souss Massa and the last one was to the wastewater treatment plant in Agadir.