Publishing additional (automatic) monitoring stations for the Nile to face the fall

The General Administration of Nile Water has started to complete the automatic monitoring system for the Nile water by adding (7) new stations, and rehabilitating (6) stations along the course of the Nile from the Sudanese-Ethiopian border and the border with the State of South Sudan to the city of Dongola in the Northern State.

This comes within the framework of the Ministry of Irrigation and Water Resources’ preparations for an interview this fall within the hydromet project of the Nile Basin Initiative (NBI).the project funded by the European Union, and implemented by the American RTI company, under the supervision and follow-up of a team of Nile Water Management engineers, and in coordination with the Roads and Bridges Authority and the General Traffic Administration in Khartoum State.

It is noteworthy that the ministry’s current network includes 25 automatic monitoring stations.

The hydromet project aims to upgrade and develop water resources monitoring systems for the Nile Basin countries by updating the devices and equipment used to upgrade the hydrological monitoring network.

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