For the construction of a road side water collection pond the community is mobilized in Amhara, Ethiopia.
People mobilized for road water harvesting to mitigate moisture deficit due to El-Nino in Amhara, Ethiopia.
Bench terrace to protect the road from runoff and to plant fruit trees with water collected from road side in Amhara, Ethiopia.
Water logging close to road embankment. Need to rethink cross drainage and road compaction.
Spring capture near road in Mulegat, Tigray, Ethiopia.
Cross drainage regulates soil moisture, burning and regeneration, South Sudan.
Water gullies collecting road runoff, Rwanda. (Source: Recor)
Road side water collection in plastic ponds, Rwanda. (Source: Recor)
Road side tree planting on Kigali-Rusumo road in Kirehe district, Rwanda. Trees serve a road stabilizer, beautifier and control soil erosion. (Source: Recor)
Road functioning as bed stabilizer for spate irrigation in Pakistan.
Swallow for recharge in the Netherlands.
Spring capture near a road in Sardegna, Italia.
Road side pond in China.
Water from a culvert is diverted to a pond. The water from the pond is then used in the adjacent nursery in Amhara, Ethiopia.
Road water harvesting pond with a silt trap built with stones at the intake in Amhara, Ethiopia.
Road side trenches used to harvest road-runoff to increase soil moisture in Amhara, Ethiopia.
Road side harvesting pond used for water storage and groundwater recharge.
Infiltration ponds downstream of road.
Draining road slopes, avoiding landslides, clean drinking water. Good practice from Nile Gorge, Ethiopia.
Road damage caused by erosion along feeder road.
Water from culvert is diverted into farmland.
The water from the road is diverted to farmland in Makueni County, Kenya.
This is an example of a road runoff harvesting technique.
A road crossing acting as sand dam in Kenya.