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Pakistan Water Week 2024

The theme of this year's international conference is "Transformative Pathways for Water and Food Systems in a Climate Resilient Pakistan."
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IWMI and GWP promote water cooperation through a study tour to...

The visit for water professionals from South Asia laid the groundwork for furthering dialogue on transboundary river management for water security.
Study tour participants in Fergana Valley. Photo: Yuliya Kopilova / IWMI

IWMI and GWP promote water cooperation through a study tour to...

The visit for water professionals from South Asia laid the groundwork for furthering dialogue on transboundary river management for water security.

In solidarity with refugees on World Refugee Day

A week on from World Refugee Day, explore IWMI's work to support refugees and refugee hosting communities across the globe.
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Delhi’s severe water crisis: Political stalemate continues

IWMI Deputy Country Representative in India Shilp Verma on the immediate course of action required to mitigate the crisis. 

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IWMI's Shilp Verma is interviewed on India Today about the water crisis in India's metro cities.
A groundwater irrigation well near Khulna polder. Photo: IWMI

The Ganges Delta polders are crucial for agricultural sustainability

The Ganges Delta polders are low-lying, protected areas vital for agriculture which face threats from salinity intrusion and waterlogging.
Wheat grown on raised beds in Village Bara Khel, Tehsil and District Tank in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province.

IWMI modernizes agricultural practices in Pakistan

Farmers in the Gomal Zam Dam Command Area are learning to adopt climate change-resilient cultivation techniques.
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Staying afloat when disaster strikes

How the residents of Chrystler’s Farm took a proactive approach to disaster response.
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Pakistan gets cutting-edge technology to monitor water flow in irrigation canals

Indus Telemetry has been installed by IWMI under the USAID-funded Water Management for Enhanced Productivity project.