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News Archive

Irrigated Africa and Asia-hpt Irrigated Africa and Asia (February 5, 2016) - New map is most detailed to date.
UTFI-on-national-tv UTFI on National Television (February 5, 2016) - DD Kisan’s Gao India program featured Underground Taming of Floods for Irrigation (UTFI) project which was aired on 17th November 2015 on the national channel.
Wetlands Day 2016 Sustainable Livelihoods-hpt World Wetlands Day 2016: Sustainable Livelihoods (February 2, 2016) - One wetland, many uses: looking out on Anawilundawa lake
Fishing boats raise their sails in Negombo lagoon-hpt World Wetlands Day 2016 (February 2, 2016) - Fishing for the future? Conserving our wetlands in an urbanizing world.
Farmer in a farm field-Neil Palmer-IWMI-2 India’s Climate Challenge (January 25, 2016) - Innovation in water-use can build community resilience
vegetables-thumb It may look tasty, but is it safe to eat? (January 25, 2016) - How consumer perceptions of food quality may overlook risks.
Working group participants Satellite imaging and disaster management experts gather in Colombo (January 20, 2016) - Experts from across Asia will discuss how the next generation of satellite based technologies can help improve disaster preparedness and response
media-release-20160119 Press Release: Satellite imaging and disaster management experts gather in Colombo (January 20, 2016) - Experts from across Asia gathered to discuss how the next generation of satellite based technologies could help improve disaster preparedness and response at a three-day meeting in Mount Lavinia.
SDG 6 Measured mutuality (January 19, 2016) - The SDG indicators for water cooperation.
shallow groundwater Allafrica.com: Shallow Groundwater Poses Pollution Problem for Africa (January 13, 2016) - Regions along the Gulf of Guinea are at highest risk of groundwater pollution on the continent, according to a map drawn by researchers at the Université Catholique de Louvain's Earth and Life Institute in Belgium. Much of Central Africa and some coastal lands in northwest Africa are also vulnerable, the map shows.