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About fifty small dams were constructed in the Jabla Al-Akhdar,  which is a mountainous remote area of Oman. Fresh water is supplied from these dams to the villages through elevation streaming by gravity or using submerged pumps with generators. The water is used for livestock and agriculture, improves local social and economic conditions and encourage human settlements rather than rural exodus to the cities.

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