Water reserves in Souss-Massa-Draa region, improved 

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The ten dams in the Souss-Massa-Draa region recorded a substantial increase in water level following the recent rainfall, an improvement rate ranging from  11% to 56%.

Water reserves in Souss-Massa-Draa region, improved 

Water reserves in Souss-Massa-Draa region, improved

A report released by the Agency for Hydrological basin of Souss-Massa-Draa indicates that the ten dams in the region have registered to more than 231,530,000 cubic meters of water intake, bringing more than 464.23 million cubic meters of the current volume of dams, a fill rate of over 31.8%.

Al Mansour Eddahbi dam tops among the ten facilities that experienced the biggest contribution with over 148.85 million cubic meters of water, equivalent to a load factor of 51.1%, followed by Tiouine dam  with more than 32.21 million cubic meters of water which accounts to 11%, Aoulouz dam  recorded more than 29.09 million cubic meters which increased by 50%,  Mokhtar Soussi dam posted 12.15 million cubic meters or an increase of 37.7%, Youssef Ben Tachefine dam with 8.39 million cubic meters or 23.6% and Imi El Kheng dam with 0.76 million cubic meters with 43.7% increase in occupancy rate.

The degree of filling of the  Ahl Souss dam is around 74.8%, followed by  Dkhila, Moulay Abdellah, and Abdelmoumen with the rate of 56.5%, 34.6%, and 19.4% respectively.

Mohamed Dekkak