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Project Wadi Attir / Sustainable agriculture and community development

Project Wadi Attir is a groundbreaking initiative of The Sustainability Laboratory and a Bedouin community in the Negev, designed to demonstrate an approach to sustainable dryland agriculture that leverages Bedouin traditions and experience with advanced technologies. The project empowers a marginalized community by creating economic opportunities, strengthening education, furthering gender equality, and improving quality of life, while addressing climate change, combating desertification, and enhancing biodiversity. It serves as a model for hope and comprehensive transformation, and it is replicable and scalable in arid zones worldwide.

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The Sustainability Laboratory

The Sustainability Laboratory
New York, United States

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Project Wadi Attir

Project Wadi Attir
Hura, Israel