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Assessment of Water Supply Sources in Tundia Area, Dilling Locality, South Kordofan State, Sudan

ACCESS TO SAFE DRINKING WATER ACCESS TO WATER AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION ANNUAL RAINFALL AQUIFER AQUIFERS AVAILABILITY OF WATER AVAILABLE WATER AVAILABLE WATER SUPPLY AVERAGE ANNUAL RAINFALL BOREHOLES CAPACITY WATER CATCHMENT CATCHMENT AREA CHANNEL CHANNELS CLAY CLIMATIC CONDITIONS COMMUNITY CONTRIBUTION COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY EFFORTS COMMUNITY MEMBERS COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION CONSTRUCTION CONTAMINANTS COVERING CROP FAILURE CROP PRODUCTION CUBIC METER CUBIC METERS CULTIVATED AREA DEBRIS DEVELOPMENT OF WATER SUPPLY DISCHARGE DISSOLVED SOLIDS DISTRIBUTION OF WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM DIVERSION DOMESTIC USES DOMESTIC WATER DOMESTIC WATER SUPPLY DRAINAGE DRINKING WATER DRINKING WATER SUPPLY DROUGHT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS EROSION EVAPORATION FARMING FIXATION FOLDS GEOLOGICAL FORMATIONS GRAVEL GRAZING GROUNDWATER GROUNDWATER DEVELOPMENT GROUNDWATER QUALITY GROUNDWATER RESOURCES GROUNDWATER SOURCES HAND DUG WELLS HAND PUMP HAND PUMPS HEALTH CONDITIONS HIGH WATER HOUSEHOLDS HUMAN WATER CONSUMPTION HYDROLOGICAL SURVEYS IRRIGATION IRRIGATION WATER LEAKAGE LIFTING WATER LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION LOCAL COMMUNITY LOCALITY LOW RAINFALL MANAGEMENT OF WATER MANAGEMENT OF WATER SUPPLY MEASUREMENTS MOTORIZED PUMPS NATURAL RESOURCES OPEN WELLS OPERATORS PIPE PIPES POLLUTION POPULATION DENSITY POPULATION DISTRIBUTION POROSITY PRESSURE PROVISION OF WATER PROVISION OF WATER SUPPLY PUBLIC WATER PUMPING PUMPING TEST PUMPS RAIN RAIN GAUGE RAW WATER RAW WATER QUALITY RECHARGE REMOTE SENSING RESPONSIBILITY FOR WATER RUNOFF SAFE WATER SAFE WATER SUPPLY SALINITY SAND SANITATION SECURE WATER SUPPLY SEEPAGE SILT SLUICE GATES SMALL EARTH DAMS SOCIAL SERVICES SOILS SPARE PARTS SPECIFIC YIELD SUBMERSIBLE PUMPS SURFACE WATER SURFACE WATER HARVESTING SURFACE WATER RESOURCES TOWN VALVES WASHING WATER AVAILABILITY WATER CHANNELS WATER COLLECTION WATER COLLECTION TIME WATER CONSUMPTION WATER DEMAND WATER DEVELOPMENT WATER DISTRIBUTION WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM WATER DIVIDE WATER NEEDS WATER POINTS WATER PROJECTS WATER PUMPING WATER QUANTITY WATER RESOURCE WATER RESOURCES WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT WATER SHORTAGE WATER SOURCE WATER SOURCES WATER STORAGE WATER STORAGE TANKS WATER SUPPLIES WATER SUPPLY WATER SUPPLY PROJECTS WATER SYSTEM WATER TAPS WATER TARIFF WATER TRANSPORT WATER USE WATER USERS WATER YIELD WATERSHEDS WELLS
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Sudan
2013-03-28T18:00:51Z | 2013-03-28T18:00:51Z | 2010-06

Tundia, like most areas in South Kordofan was seriously affected by the North-South war, with infrastructure and basic services, particularly water points, left in poor conditions. The increasing number of returnees also exerts additional pressure on the limited water supply points, causing several inter and intra-group conflicts, particularly during summertime. It is envisaged that access to water through improved/rehabilitated and/or construction of additional/new water sources can help reducing tensions between water users, especially in Tundia area. Past water interventions endeavored by the community, NGOs and government, lacked proper planning, real technical input and therefore did not bring long-term sustainable solutions. Notwithstanding other problems and development challenges facing the area, the 5 year plan (2007 - 2011) for development of the area, devised by the Tundia Development and Management Committee has put emphasis on development of water supply sources. The overall objective of this water needs assessment is to contribute to alleviate the water problem, thus improving the socioeconomic conditions and mitigating water-related conflict in Tundia area. To achieve this objective a baseline survey study (supported by the World Bank, April, 2010) was conducted, focusing on a water needs assessment and highlighting the main problems that the population faces in the area. Subsequently, water development options have been suggested.

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