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Between interest and influence

The WE-ACT project is fostering effective transboundary water collaboration and streamlined decision-making.

Modern tools and ancient smarts

Al Murunah’s unique approach to climate adaptation and development combines nature-based solutions with agricultural water management interventions and a gender perspective.

Protecting Ghana’s Water Futures through Citizen Science

Women and youth empowered to foster responsible environmental stewardship in unique demonstration activity.

Gil Levine, champion of international collaboration, dies at 96

Levine’s lengthy and impactful career included helping establish what is now the International Water Management Institute.

GERD will greatly contribute to mutual benefit of region

IWMI's Abdulkarim Seid comments on the potential of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD).

Role of nature-based solutions for improving urban water security

Mohsin Hafeez discusses the potential of nature-based solutions in dealing with climate shocks faced by vulnerable people in the twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi.

It takes a village: the Indian farmers who built a wall against drought

IWMI India commissioned this article following fieldwork conducted on the political economy of policy processes in India, under the CGIAR Initiative on National Policies and Strategies.

Unlocking rural development

Understanding the drivers of social transformation and climate resilience in rural communities provides evidence for further development action.