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Morocco three large dams build for the ever-increasing need for water
Science & Planet Morocco is in the north of the country three "major" dams build in order to meet a growing need for water. That has the Moroccan royal palace announced.

The decision was taken at a meeting yesterday chaired by king Mohammed VI, in the presence of the government leader Saad-Eddine El Othmani and ministers, reports the official news agency MAP.

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The king, the emphasis is placed on the water resources of the zones in the north and northeast of the kingdom. That are regions that "their need for water during the summer to see double". A date for the start of the construction of the dams is not yet given. the

Morocco is facing a water shortage, according to experts, due to a chronic neerslagtekort combined with over-exploitation of groundwater by agriculture.

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