To promote improved decision-making, planning and brass of dams and their alternatives building on World Commission on Dams (WCD) nucleus value and strategic priorities and some other relevant reference materials. direct supporting multi-stakeholder dialogues at country-level, regional and spherical levels on rising determination production on dams and their alternatives with the aim of piquant all stakeholders with importance on governments,and producing non prescriptive tools drawing on all relevant existing bodies of criteria and guidelines for planning and management of dams and their alternatives, which can help choice makers.
Iraq - Agriculture, forestry, and fishing | Britannica.com
About one-eighth of Iraq’s total area is arable, and another one-tenth is permanent pasture. A large proportion of the cultivable land is in the north and northeast, where rain-fed provision dominates and is enough to cultivate wintertime crops, mainly wheat and barley. The number is in the valleys of the tigris river and Euphrates rivers, where irrigation—approximately incomplete of Iraq’s arable ground is irrigated—is requisite end-to-end the year.