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    Population claims in the Maysan Marshes: Our water share is not distributed fairly

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    Post by Rocky Mon 13 May 2024, 4:58 am

    Population claims in the Maysan Marshes: Our water share is not distributed fairly

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    Economy News - Baghdad
    Most of the residents of the marshes in Maysan Governorate complain about the scarcity of water and the lack of water releases reaching the marshes, which over time caused the migration of a large number of residents of the villages adjacent to the marshes.

    Environmental researcher Karrar Al-Khafi believes that dams must be built to store water, and canals must be lined (covering the dirt surface of the water channel), to avoid losing water deep in the ground, even if it turns into groundwater. “We need a radical solution by building dams in the central governorates.” Or the South.

    For his part, Abu Hussein, a resident of Maysan, pointed out that: “The share of water in Maysan is not distributed fairly, and about three-quarters of the share of the Amara region goes to the Basra Governorate in the south, while areas such as Al-Salam, Al-Maymouna, and Al-Rifai receive a meager share, and no The local administration of the governorate gives a full share to the peace and auspicious projects. For example, there is not enough water for the Al Awda wetlands, which are the best nature reserve in Amara.”

    The people around the marshes live a harsh life, and the lower the water level, the emptier their pockets and the more desperate they become. The people of the marshes depend mainly on the water in the marshes: “We have no other jobs, and these animals also live on this water. The lives of people in the countryside depend on Water,” according to a resident of Maysan, Falah Hassan.

    It is noteworthy that Iraq is one of the five countries most affected by climate change, and the construction of dams on the Tigris and Euphrates rivers by neighboring countries has caused the marshes to become thirsty and some of the rivers to dry up.

    The marshes are a group of water bodies that cover the lowlands located in the south of the Iraqi alluvial plain, located in the governorates of Maysan, Dhi Qar, and Basra. The area of ​​land covered by water expands at the time of flood in late winter and during spring, and the summer days shrink.

    Iraq includes three main marshes: the Hawizeh Marsh, located on the Iranian border, the Al-Hammar Marsh, and the Euphrates Marsh, which extends from the areas north and west of Basra Governorate and south of the Amara region to near the mouth of the Tigris and Euphrates in the Gulf.




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