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The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, its Impact on Egyptian Agriculture and the Potential for Alleviating Water Scarcity

  • Explores the present and future of the downstream Nile, based on water and agricultural data

  • Presents mathematical models on water resource management for the downstream Nile

  • Introduces socio-economic developmental outlines for the downstream Nile that can also be applied to most Nile Basin countries

Book

Part of the Environment & Policy book series (ENPO, volume 55)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvi
  2. Youssef M. Hamada
    Pages 1-11
  3. Youssef M. Hamada
    Pages 13-24
  4. Youssef M. Hamada
    Pages 25-38
  5. Youssef M. Hamada
    Pages 39-58
  6. Youssef M. Hamada
    Pages 59-75
  7. Youssef M. Hamada
    Pages 77-93
  8. Youssef M. Hamada
    Pages 95-110
  9. Youssef M. Hamada
    Pages 111-136
  10. Youssef M. Hamada
    Pages 137-150
  11. Youssef M. Hamada
    Pages 151-187

About this book

Introduction

This book covers the entire Nile Basin and reflects the latest findings. It provides unique and cutting-edge insights into the region’s agriculture, water resources, governance, poverty, productivity, upstream-downstream linkages, innovations, future plans and their implications.

Many international summits and conferences have declared that there is an urgent need to save agriculture from its demise. Most international agencies now recognize that something must be done, but what? Beyond policy changes, the restructuring of global governance and institutional reforms are called for. Commitments must be translated into concrete actions leading to a renewed interest in agriculture and a return to the basic objective of achieving food security.

Keywords

Nile River Water Management Dams and Barrages Poverty Mitigation Mathematical Model of Water Management

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.Agriculture Research CenterAgricultural Economics Research InstituteCairoEgypt

About the authors

Prof. Youssef M. Hamada is a professor of agricultural economy at the Agricultural Economics Research Institute, Agricultural Research Center, Egypt and was a researcher at the Central Laboratory for Design and Statistics Analysis Research at the same institution. He received his B.Sc. (1983) in agriculture economics, his M.Sc. (1995) in the economics of the bread industry in A.R.E from Al-Azhar University, and his Ph.D. (2001) in the possibilities of the bread industry development in A.R.E from the University of Al-Azhar, Egypt. Further, he has a diploma in translation of Arabic into English from the Translation Center, American University, Egypt. He received training from ECARDA, Aleppo, Syria, 2005 (training course on building databases and electronic websites) and participated in an international training workshop on Economic Development Policies and Practices for Desertification and Dry Land for Affected African Countries from the Chinese Academy of Forestry, Beijing, China 2008. He has published more than 30 papers in national and international journals, as well as a book chapter.

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