World Bank to Use Israel’s Water Expertise in Developing Nations
The World Bank and Israel have signed a deal through which the international organization will use the Jewish state’s expertise in water conservation and technology in developing countries.
“Israel has suffered from a chronic water shortage for years. The need for water led Israel to create innovative and advance policies and solutions that have placed us as a water world leader. We wish to share our experience with the developing world,” Israeli Economy Minister Aryeh Deri said in a statement.
According to the agreement, study tours will be held in Israel over the next two years by officials from developing countries to learn about Israel’s efforts in water conservation and technology. The agreement will also include a study of Israel’s experience in managing water and the transferring of global expertise on water security.
FOR ENTIRE ARTICLE CLICK LINKClick here for the Top 12 Moments in Jewish History...LET THE ADVENTURE BEGIN! »