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There are complex relationships between what is received and what it is used for, in the context of rural development stresses including – but not limited to – land, water and climate stresses. This means that there is never a straightforward relationship between water availability/scarcity and farming viability/non-viability.
A Political Economy Analysis of the socioeconomic and sociopolitical dynamics is provided, as well as the region's water security, rural development, and socioeconomic and sociopolitical dynamics.
The report was produced in the context of the CMI-led program on “Water Security Nexus in North Africa: Catalyzing Regional Coordination Around Climate Change, Resilience and Migration”, funded by the UK Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO).
Citation: Bachikh, A., Commins, S., Nicol, A. (2020). Political Economy Analysis of the Water Security Nexus in North Africa. “The Water Security Nexus in North Africa – Catalyzing Regional Coordination Around Climate Change, Resilience and Migration” Project. Marseille: Center for Mediterranean Integration and UNOPS.