Comprendre les enjeux de l'agriculture

The water crisis in North Africa poses a major challenge to the region, threatening its food security and economic stability. Several measures are necessary to address this issue. First, effective water resource management is essential. This involves implementing sustainable policies, reusing wastewater, and preserving aquifers (water-bearing rocks). Additionally, it is crucial to encourage the adoption of sustainable agricultural practices, such as drip irrigation (micro-irrigation), and the selection of climate-adapted crops.

In parallel, investment in modern hydraulic infrastructure is necessary to improve water supply and distribution. Finally, raising community awareness and education about the importance of water conservation and responsible behaviors are key elements to ensure the sustainability of water resources and preserve the livelihoods of future generations.