Final meeting Irriwest project

The consortium of IRRIWEST project held the project final meeting in Accra (Ghana) since 14th September¬† to 17th September (2016). Members from ISRA, CSIR and NEIKER discussed technical and financial aspects related with the project. Dr. Gorka Landeras and Mr. Ernesto Ortiz (Neiker), Dr. Ramatoulaye Ndiaye and Dr. Mamadou Sall (ISRA) were received at the installations of CSIR-Water Research Institute […]

The IRRIWEST Irrigation Advisory Service (IAS) is a multi-language web-based platform, available in English and French. In addition the IAS counts with a notification service via SMS and also via email for sending irrigation recommendations to final users. The IRRIWEST IAS is based on the FAO56 Penman Monteith model adapted within WP1- ‚ÄúDevelop a soil water balance estimation model‚ÄĚ, as […]

The consortium of Irriwest project held a project meeting in Vitoria (Spain) since 19th October to 23rd October. Members from ISRA, CSIR and NEIKER discussed technical and financial aspects related with the project. Dr. Joseph Ampofo and Dr. Emanuelle Bekoe (CSIR), Dr. Mbaye Diop and Dr. Madiama Cisse (ISRA) were received in the installations of Neiker by Dr Gorka Landeras, […]

On April 2014 the consortium of Irriwest project presented a request of amendment for the inclusion of ISRA (Senegal) in the IRRIWEST project. On July 2015 the European Union approved this amendment, so ISRA is now one of the consortium partners of the project, with Neiker, CSIR and CORAF/WECARD. ISRA (Senegalese Agricultural Research Institute) is the leading agricultural research institution […]

Collaborate in the IRRIWEST project by completing this questionnaire: 1. Online Questionnaire for farmers: French version | English version 2. Online questionnaire for S&T agents: French version | English version

The consortium of Irriwest project has started the installation of the environmental sensor networks (weather stations) in order to use the obtained environmental data for determining crops’ water needs. By this way it will be possible to optimize crop irrigation, incrementing crop productivity and reaching a higher level of food security. This action is included in the Irriwest Project, which […]

A monitoring visit was conducted by two officers of the African Union between September 23 and 24 (2013). The African Union officers visited the installations of CSIR in Accra (Ghana) and one of the pilot fields locations (Weija). They were received by Dr. Gorka Landeras (Neiker) as coordinator of the project, Dr. Emmanuel Bekoe (CSIR), Dr. Joseph Ampofo (CSIR) and […]

This week was held at the headquarters of the West And Central African Council for Agricultural Research and Development (CORAF) the meeting for the launching of IRRIWEST Project. The three partners involved, CORAF, CSIR and NEIKER-Tecnalia, have agreed on the planning  and actions to implement for water use more optimized  and economic in Ghana and Senegal.

The Basque Institute for Agricultural Research and Development, NEIKER-Tecnalia, has been selected to run a project on irrigation efficiency based on new technologies; it will be applied in Ghana and Senegal. The proposal has been selected by the African Union from among over 400 projects submitted by various international bodies. The overall aim of this move is to modernise the […]