The main research objective of this project is scale out the evidence-based integrated solutions to poor-resources farmers in rural communities to improve their livelihood through sustainable management of natural resources in MENA countries. This will be achieved through the FAO_Egypt, Jordan, Morocco and Tunisia. The Project has a strong focus on dissemination of proven agriculture production systems’ packages including, mechanized raisedbed technology (Egypt), greywater treatment (Egypt and Jordan), conservation agriculture (Morocco and Tunisia) and-led Water Scarcity Initiative (WSI) for the Near East and North Africa Region (NENA). The following countries are involved in the piloting phase of the pr deficit supplemental irrigation (Morocco and Tunisia). The expected outcomes of this collaboration include improved packages and methodologies that are widely adopted by farmers to sustainably increase crop-water-land productivities. This will result in increasing farmer income and improve stakeholders’ livelihood.