Often, migration is a development problem being solved by people using their own agency, and this should be better reflected in policy responses at all levels.
IWMI is launching an AI-powered seasonal rainfall forecasting tool, developed in partnership with Johns Hopkins University and funded by USAID.
A new IWMI Working Paper provides a Gap and Opportunity Analysis of Hydrological Monitoring in Ethiopia.
The Covid-19 health and economic crisis, as well as recent drought, could have caused optimism to fall. But not for the members of the “Five Village Bless” Water User Association.
An IWMI-led project in Ghana aims to address issues with insufficient financing and lack of capacity by capturing value (‘CapVal’) from human waste in ways that support a circular economy.
IWMI scientists will present a showcase during the event, which has the theme "Vision of a zero-carbon, resilient future through water".
Working across South Asia to identify applied technologies and business models to sustain water and sanitation systems.
This is in recognition of the Index-Based Flood Insurance (IBFI) product developed by IWMI scientist Dr Giriraj Amarnath.
IWMI conducted a qualitative study to investigate the possibilities of embedding a citizen science approach into existing data collection systems.
Scaling up farmer-led irrigation will require not only holistic approaches but also strong partnerships between implementing partners.