Krishna River Basin Project (ACIAR) - $861,725 (Australian Dollars 1,120,240) over 4 years
To improve water productivity in agriculture in the Krishna Basin by providing technical & economic information & decision support to the Central Water Commission & Ministry of Water Resources, as advisory agents to the Krishna Basin Tribunal, and to the riparian states.
Benchmarking NARBO (ADB) - $86,094 over 2 years
To develop guidelines for benchmarking performance of river basin organizations; and provide a common platform for exchange of data and performance assessments through a web enabled multi-lingual database.
Assessment of hydro-geographical potential of skimming wells (WAPDA) - $61,851 (Pakistan Rupees 2776,210 & US$14,797 over 1 year
To delineate areas suitable for skimming wells while estimating the thickness of fresh groundwater lenses above the underlying native saline groundwater layers; and to understand farmers' perceptions regarding the social acceptability; economic viability; and potential for use of skimming wells in saline groundwater areas having different hydro-geological and hydro-salinity conditions.
IWMI-Tata Water Policy Research Program ( Switzerland ) - $162,520 (Swiss Francs 200,000) over 1 year
The IWMI-Tata Program is a partnership between IWMI, Sir Ratan Tata Trust, Mumbai and the Swiss Agency for Development Cooperation. In its fifth year, the Program has emerged as a premier network working with around 100 Indian researchers, NGOs, local research center and government agencies to develop a more refined understanding of India 's water challenges and recommend approaches to overcome them.
Water Energy Nexus in Agriculture (WENEXA-II) (USAID) - $210,686 over 4 years
To provide strategic input to the USAID Water Team on bridging the gap between the water and power sectors and address the problems faced by the two sectors through dialogue and policy reform.
Assessment of experience and identification of opportunities (CANADA) - $68,100 (Canadian Dollars95,000) over 3 months
Assessment of experience and identification of opportunities for promoting small-scale and micro irrigation technologies, and rainwater Harvesting to improve food security in Ethiopia.
Strengthening Consortium for Spatial Information (World Bank) - $465,120 over 3 years
To implement the project–Information and Communication Technology (ICT)/Global Public Goods (GPG) Program: Consortium for Spatial Information (the Activity), proposed by the CGIAR Center Directors' Committee.
Hub Training Program (World Bank) - $66,374 over 1 year
To enhance the operational understanding of Bank Staff on water, soil, and natural resource management issues, especially in the Africa region, by sharing knowledge on best policy and practices and cutting edge research results while generating issue-based and operation-oriented guidance for current/future research agenda for IWMI, other CG Centers, and partners, especially in Africa. The project will explore options for organizational synergies to link research, policy, and operation.
ICUC Project on underutilized crops research (DFID) - $620,750 (Sterling Pounds 325,000) over 6 months
Improving sustainable livelihoods and income generation for small-scale rural farmers. This will be developed and promoted through the production and utilization of targeted underutilized crops.
ICT-KM E-Publishing Project (World Bank) - $390,000 over 2 years
To implement the project-Information and Communication Technology (ICT)/Global Public Goods (GPG) Program: E-Publishing Systems (the Activity), proposed by the CGIAR Center Directors' Committee.
SIMA (System wide Initiative on Malaria and Agriculture) Mwea Phase II (IDRC) - $424,920 (Canadian Dollars 578,150) over 2 years
To better understand the important links that exist between agriculture and malaria and contribute to the identification of opportunities for minimizing malaria risks through agriculture-based interventions.
Comprehensive Assessment Irrigation Impacts & Poverty in Ethiopia (Government of Austria ) - $371,438 (EURO 306,000) over 2 years
For a program that will examine the impacts of irrigation on poverty and natural resources.
Challenge Program DFID (Department for International Development) -$4,666,250 (Sterling Pounds 2,500,000) over 2 years
GTZ (Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Technische Zusammenarbeit) - $923,078 (Euro 1,000,000) over 3 years
Norway - $441,273 (Norwegian Kronor 3,000,000) over 1 Year
SIDA (Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency) - $103,732 (Swedish Kronor 683,334) over 1 year
Denmark - $363,435(Danish Kroner [DKK] 2,100,000) over 1 year
Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation - $631,912 (Swiss Francs 800,000) over 1 year
World Bank - $2,500,000 over 1 year