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:- the [https://www.usgs.gov/centers/nj-water/science/africa-groundwater-exploration-and-assessment-program?qt-science_center_objects=0#qt-science_center_objects '''Africa Groundwater Exploration and Assessment Program'''] is run by the [https://www.usgs.gov/ US Geological Survey] (USGS) and funded by [https://www.usaid.gov/ USAID]. The programme aims to build a good understanding of the potential for developing potable groundwater supply in Ethiopia and Kenya, and to build local capacity to plan and carry out the groundwater investigations and monitoring needed for good, sustainable groundwater resource development and management. One part of this project has been [https://www.globalwaters.org/GWS-Stories/developing-groundwater-maps-arid-regions-kenya-and-ethiopia developing groundwater maps for arid regions of Kenya and Ethiopia].
 
:- the [https://www.usgs.gov/centers/nj-water/science/africa-groundwater-exploration-and-assessment-program?qt-science_center_objects=0#qt-science_center_objects '''Africa Groundwater Exploration and Assessment Program'''] is run by the [https://www.usgs.gov/ US Geological Survey] (USGS) and funded by [https://www.usaid.gov/ USAID]. The programme aims to build a good understanding of the potential for developing potable groundwater supply in Ethiopia and Kenya, and to build local capacity to plan and carry out the groundwater investigations and monitoring needed for good, sustainable groundwater resource development and management. One part of this project has been [https://www.globalwaters.org/GWS-Stories/developing-groundwater-maps-arid-regions-kenya-and-ethiopia developing groundwater maps for arid regions of Kenya and Ethiopia].
 
:- The [https://gw4e.acaciadata.com/home '''Groundwater mapping for climate resilient WASH in arid and semi-arid areas of Ethiopia'''] project (2018-2020) created harmonized geological maps, groundwater suitability maps and socio-economic maps on a scale of 1:250,000 for eight clusters in Ethiopia. 1:50,000 hydrogeological maps and 1:10,000 drilling maps were then prepared for target kebeles to dientify potential drilling sites. All documents, maps and data can be visualized and downloaded from a public webservice system, the [https://gw4e.acaciadata.com/home '''GW4E viewer'''].
 
  
  

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