AQUACYCLE meets up with Mohamed Bahri, a farmer who tills the land in North Lebanon


This clip brings an interview conducted by Tawfik al-Naboulsi and Khoder Kahil from the Lebanese University (UL) team in the AQUACYCLE Partnership. They wished to find out more about farmers’ dependence on fresh water resources in North Lebanon, and how this dependence may have been affected by the impact of climate change. They also took with them AQUACYCLE’s promotional leaflet, to explain about the project’s low-cost eco-innovative wastewater system (APOC) so as to invite the farmer’s opinion about using treated domestic wastewater to satisfy his water requirements and thereby sustain his livelihood as a farmer. The interview took place on 19 February 2022.