The AG-WaMED team met in Tunisia from the 23rd to the 26th of October, for the second project meeting. The team, hosted by IRA Medenine, held a two-day session with updates in the Hotel Les Ambassadeurs, in Tunis, then moved for a visit on the field, in the Tunisian-Algerian Living Lab.
In the first two days, the team had some fruitful discussions on the results of Living Labs’ participatory work and set the ground for the coming modelling activities.
On the third day, the team moved to Gafsa, for a field visit to Wadi El Kebir study site. The basin is a transboundary watershed shared with Algeria, where also the team of University of Tebessa is working, analysing non-conventional water solutions for fostering agricultural sustainability. Water Harvesting and water management structures were surveyed, together with the local agroecosystems.