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Data-driven breakthroughs and the future of agriculture at the CGIAR Digital...

IWMI’s Digital Inclusion Index was a highlight of the workshop.

State-level consultation workshop on policy coherence in the food, land, and...

Organized by IWMI and the Council on Energy, Environment and Water, the consultation aims to address the complex challenges relating to food, land and water systems.
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Humming a new tune on World Toilet Day: Creating value through...

Work by IDS and partners, including IWMI, has looked at urban sanitation challenges in Nepal, India, Ethiopia and Ghana.
CGIAR researchers discuss the challenges of decolonizing research.

Decolonizing agricultural science: Are we ready to embrace change?

Decolonizing science is increasingly discussed within the CGIAR community. Recently, a panel of researchers explored whether we are prepared for this transformation and ready to embrace the change.
Native fruits and vegetables found only in the forests of Maharashtra, India

Protecting and promoting traditional foods, one woman at a time

Women and food-centric interventions through the NATURE+ Initiative aim to increase the resilience of rural women.

Be a germ buster: Wash your hands.

Effective hand hygiene reduces the risk of meat contamination and the transmission of foodborne disease
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In Memoriam – Dr. M. S. Swaminathan

IWMI is deeply saddened by the passing of world-renowned scientist and former Chair of the IWMI Board, Dr. Mankombu Sambasivan Swaminathan.
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Save Water Save Money — Farmers In Odisha & Assam Benefit...

The 'Resilience' project, implemented by IWMI, aims to enhance the adoption of efficient micro irrigation systems, including sprinklers and drip irrigation, among smallholder farmers in the Indian states of Odisha and Assam.
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Cause and Effect | ‘Scientist’s job isn’t to negotiate, but to...

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, or IPCC, convened for a four-day session on Tuesday to begin the next round of what is known as the assessment cycle.

NEXUS Gains Talk 13: Managed Aquifer Recharge in the Ganges Basin:...

Socio-technological innovations are greatly needed to deal with extremes in hydrologic variability, which are being exacerbated by the effects of development and climate change.