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When we think of urban infrastructure, what probably comes to mind are roads, pipes, drains and construction. Heres why healthy urban wetlands are equally essential.
IWMI researchers suggest how in a Devex opinion article
High time to stforward arsenic reduction in Bangladesh
The changing benefits of ecosystem services for rural communities in northern Ghana.
Water solutions to manage risk and variability
Water, food and waste innovations for urbanizing landscapes
Government of India announces new multibillion dollar scheme to implement solarisation of rm irrigation on a national scale.
The International Water Management Institute IWMI is a CGIAR center focused on research for development to deliver new evidencebased approaches that address key waterrelated challenges.CGIARis a global research partnership for a foodsecure future. IWMI is the lead center for theCGIAR Research Program on Water, Land and EcosystemsWLE.
IWMI Working Paper Understanding the Hydrological Impacts of Climate Change in the Tana River Basin, Kenya
Creating fertile ground for innovation in agricultural water management
Valuing natural capital for sustainable urban development
The changing benefits of ecosystem services for rural communities in northern Ghana
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Florianne Clement, a social scientist at IWMI, explains how development projects can detect and influence the critical consciousness that compels and enables women to rise above the prejudice and discrimination around them.
After the success of the pilot project on IndexBased Flood Insurance IBFI for rmers in Bihar, the World Bank has shown interest in helping to scale up the plan across eastern India.
IWMI Working Paper Dependence of riparian communities on ecosystem services in northern Ghana
Valuing natural capital for sustainable urban development.
IWMI Research Report Joint Ventures in the Flag Boshielo Irrigation Scheme, South Africa A History of Smallholders, States and Business