• Land Survey at the Saka Farm and at three sites adjacent to the plantation
  • Planning excavations, facilities for water collection , diversion and storage.

The Saka Farm is a mango farm located in south east Ethiopia. The size of the farm is approximately 2,500 dunams comprising mango trees – 8 years old or less – and on the perimeter of the farm is a coffee plantation. We were asked to conduct a feasibility survey of the absorption of surface runoff-water on the plantation, planning of land surveyance, sealing, water collection and diversion facilities.  For purposes of improving yields, we set up a number of water collection and irrigation systems.  During the work, reference was made to the specific topography of the farm and the need to cope with accessibility problems such as mud, land-collapse and entry into an area with prolific, dense vegetation.


      1. Surveyance at the Saka Farm and three adjacent sites, including:

        – Clearance of vegetation and excavation of 18 ditches.

        – Portable laboratory and field services (for purposes of soil and water inspection).

        – Preparing a report of findings and their

      2. Planning excavations and facilities for water collection ,diversion and storage, including:

        – Topographical assessment of the local network

        – Reference to requirements according to field challenge

Project Details
Saka Farm
A system for absorbing runoff water and an innovative irrigation system were established
Client Name
Irri al tal
Main Figures
Mango plantation of 2500 Du
5 Million NIS

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