ANA, Conagua planning new technical cooperation agreement

Monday, May 2, 2011

Brazil's national water authority ANA and its Mexican counterpart Conagua plan to formalize a new technical cooperation agreement this year aimed at water resources management.

The authorities are planning to strengthen their existing relationship by formulating a list of mutually beneficial actions focused on information systems, ANA said in a release.

ANA intends to learn more about the technological solutions and procedures implemented by Conagua based on geospatial technologies, while the Brazilian authority will inform Conagua specialists about its water information system, SNIRH.

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The two authorities are currently cooperating on issues such as water reuse, international border management, water resource capacity building, and surface and groundwater management, among others.