Enhancing climate resilience of the water sector in Bahrain
Enhanced institutional capacity and knowledge management to mainstream climate resilience into sectoral water management planning.
Climate change has the potential to cause water shortages in Bahrain - due to reduced aquifer recharge by decreasing rainfall and saltwater intrusion into aquifers. Water demand and consumption patterns are only partially understood for the domestic sector, and less understood for other sectors, including agriculture and industry.
This project will help Bahrain’s Water Resources Council establish and operate a knowledge platform on climate-resilient integrated water resources management framework across different sectors. The project will also initiate an awareness campaign highlighting the benefits of wastewater re-use, and produce guidelines for rainwater harvesting and greywater recycling.
- Private sector
- Public sector
GCF financing81% disbursed
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|2020 Annual Performance Report for SAP003: Enhancing climate resilience of the water sector in Bahrain||Annual Performance Report||27 Aug 2021|
|2021 Annual Performance Report for SAP003: Enhancing climate resilience of the water sector in Bahrain||Annual Performance Report||28 Feb 2021|
|2019 Annual Performance Report for SAP003: Enhancing climate resilience of the water sector in Bahrain||Annual Performance Report||01 Mar 2020|
|Gender action plan for SAP003: Enhancing climate resilience of the water sector in Bahrain||Gender action plan||16 Jan 2019|
|Gender assessment for SAP003: Enhancing climate resilience of the water sector in Bahrain||Gender assessment||16 Jan 2019|
|Enhancing climate resilience of the water sector in Bahrain||Approved funding proposal||22 Dec 2018|