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=== Transboundary aquifers===
 
=== Transboundary aquifers===
  
The Nubian Sandstone Aquifer System (NSAS) is shared with Libya, Eqypt and Chad, and has been subject to extensive cross-border investigations and management activities. The [http://www.nsasja.org/index_en.php Joint Authority for the Study and Development of the Nubian Aquifer] is a transnational agency between the four countries of the NSAS, which works to study, sustainably develop and protect the aquifer system. In 2013, the four states of the NSAS and the Joint Authority signed a [https://www.internationalwaterlaw.org/documents/regionaldocs/Regional_Strategic_Action_Plan_for_the_Nubian_Aquifer.pdf Regional Strategic Action Plan].  
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The Nubian Sandstone Aquifer System (NSAS) is shared with Libya, Eqypt and Chad, and has been subject to extensive cross-border investigations and management activities. The (http://www.nsasja.org/index_en.php Joint Authority for the Study and Development of the Nubian Aquifer) is a transnational agency between the four countries of the NSAS, which works to study, sustainably develop and protect the aquifer system. In 2013, the four states of the NSAS and the Joint Authority signed a (https://www.internationalwaterlaw.org/documents/regionaldocs/Regional_Strategic_Action_Plan_for_the_Nubian_Aquifer.pdf Regional Strategic Action Plan).  
  
 
The Paleozoic sedimentary aquifers in Darfur are shared with Chad.  
 
The Paleozoic sedimentary aquifers in Darfur are shared with Chad.  

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