News Archive :: IWMI

News Archive

co-composting-hpt Co-composting: New take on traditional technology for better soils and sanitation (May 25, 2016) - A recently published paper proposes co-composting as a relevant option for enhancing waste management in developing countries.
tana Future proofing the Tana Basin (May 22, 2016) - Smart planning can ensure a sustainable future for Kenya’s longest river.
International Day for Biological Diversity 2016-hpt International Day for Biological Diversity 2016 (May 22, 2016) - Mainstreaming Biodiversity: Sustaining People and their Livelihoods
Agrarian change Agrarian change, climate stress and shifting class relations in the Nepal-Bihar borderlands (May 20, 2016) - Dr Fraser Sugden is a Kathmandu-based social scientist at the International Water Management Institute. He has been conducting in-depth rural research on agrarian issues in the Eastern Gangetic Plains of the Nepal Tarai, Bihar and West Bengal for the last 10 years.
IWMI responds to floods in Sri Lanka-hpt IWMI responds to floods in Sri Lanka (May 18, 2016) - New flood assessment bulletin and flood maps available.
Learning to live with the devil treer-hpt Learning to live with the devil tree (May 16, 2016) - Invasive species in Tamil Nadu threatens irrigation but could be a valuable resource.
Managing water for food security and economic development in Nepal-hpt Managing water for food security and economic development in Nepal (May 16, 2016) - High level policy dialogue organized by IWMI.
IWC8-1 IWMI at the IWC8 Conference held in Sri Lanka (May 16, 2016) - The event convened representatives from over 80 countries to tackle some of the most pressing water issues on the planet.
sri-lankan-president-inspecting-iwmi-project-site-hpt Sri Lankan President visits IWMI project site (May 12, 2016) - Hon. Maithripala Sirisena studies options for recycling waste into fertilizer.
wor165 IWMI Working Paper – 165: Baseline review and ecosystem services assessment of the Tana River Basin, Kenya. (May 11, 2016) - The ‘WISE-UP to climate’ project aims to demonstrate the value of natural infrastructure as a ‘nature-based solution’ for climate change adaptation and sustainable development. Within the Tana River Basin, both natural and built infrastructure provide livelihood benefits for people. Understanding the interrelationships between the two types of infrastructure is a prerequisite for sustainable water resources […]