Forbes: This Indian researcher is ensuring aid money gets to those who need it most

Economist Soumya Balasubramanya grew up in India and now her research is being used by development donors and governments in Asia and Africa to make sure programs aimed at vulnerable groups have the impact they are supposed to.

Initial Research Highlights Importance of Irrigation for Ethiopian Farmers During COVID-19

Agriculture sustains the Ethiopian economy, and access to irrigation here is critical for food security. Now, in the wake of COVID-19, the World Food Programme estimates acute hunger will double worldwide, with concern particularly high for Africa.

Focus on Covid-19

Ganesh Kumari Karki (60) drinks water from a public tap at Dhap village. Photo: Tom van Cakenberghe / IWMI IWMI’s response to Covid-19. Read more…

IWMI Annual Report 2019

The year 2019 saw great progress across many of IWMI’s impact pathways and also the launch of our new strategy, which sets us on a path to achieving the vision of ‘a water secure world’.

WLE Annual Report 2019

Results from WLE demonstrate how new evidence and innovations contribute to sustainable intensification of agriculture at landscape level.