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Fast-track investments This track included four projects in early 2008: The Regional Watershed Management Project aims to establish sustainable management of watersheds on the Tekeze, Atbara, Mareb, AbbayBlue Nile and the BaroAkoboSobat rivers in Ethiopia and Sudan. The initial project sites identified include Lake NasserNubia in Egypt; Jamma, Reb http://www.comprartenissapatos.com/nike-free-masculino/nike-free-3-0-v5.html - nike free 3.0 v5 masculino , and Gumera sub-basins, as well as watershed management in Tana-Beles as part of the Tana-Beles Integrated Water Resources Development Project in Ethiopia; and the lower Atbara, Ingessena Mountains and areas around Dinder National Park in Sudan. The Ethiopia Power Export Project (formerly called the Ethiopia-Sudan Internconnection Project) will connect the power grids of Ethiopia and Sudan to facilitate cross-border energy trade and optimize existing and planned generation capacity. 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