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DIWASA II - new funding 3

IWMI to expand groundbreaking Africa earth observation project

New grant will enable expanded scope and collaboration and make actionable water information accessible to governments and other groups.
DIWASA update 1

IWMI and partners map the state of water across Africa

Earth observation platforms and data will support decision-makers in the management of flood and drought risk.
Cover photo: Rice farming in Pakistan. Faseeh Shams/IWMI

August-September 2023 research journal roundup

IWMI contributions to research in August and September of 2023
A crocodile in the Upper East Region. Photo: Hamish John Appleby / IWMI

Life with grandmother crocodile

The changing benefits of ecosystem services for rural communities in northern Ghana.

WaterAndNature.org: Local benefits highlight role of natural infrastructure in adaptive basin...

A blog post on the IUCN Water Knowledge Platform about the ‘WISE-UP to Climate’ project by Marloes Mul, Senior Researcher at IWMI.

IWMI Working Paper – 163: Characteristics of urban and peri-urban agriculture...

Agriculture is a long-standing feature of urban and peri-urban West Africa. The technical, environmental, social and political implications of urban and peri-urban agriculture (UPA)...
Photo: Neil Palmer

Of PIM and pirates

Can community run reservoirs deliver?

Ghana.gov: Ghana, Burkina Faso and Kenya WISE-UP to Climate Change

IWMI and its partners are working together over a four-year period to demonstrate that natural ecosystems or infrastructure are nature based solutions for climate change adaptation and sustainable development.

Africa’s farmers get plugged in to water

New online tool helps smallholder water management The majority of farmers in Africa rely on rainwater for to produce their crops but suffer from...

A changing climate: Are the Volta River countries ready?

Threading its way from the semi-arid scrub of the Sahel, through the lush tropical farmlands of Southern Ghana, the Volta River supports the livelihoods...