As stated by the IADB, the objective of this Technical Cooperation is to provide tools to improve the planning and integrated management of water resources in Paraguay, for which the implementation of a water resources management system based on the HydroBID simulation suite will be supported. The information generated by the models will be fed into a geographic information system that will provide data on the quality and quantity of water resources to generate the necessary information (supply/demand) for the formulation of the National Water Resources Plan, a tool that will enable water and territorial planning and decision-making at both the basin and sub-basin levels.
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