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IWMI-led MENAdrought project issues final report

The MENAdrought project is a partnership between IWMI, Nebraska Drought Mitigation Centre, Daugherty Water for Food Global Institute, John Hopkins University, and the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, supported by USAID.
Photo: Usman Ghani / IWMI

Innovation and partnerships: Key ingredients in a conflict-affected world

IWMI’s collaborations in the areas of fragility, conflict and migration are aimed at making strides towards an equitable future for all.
Sustainable resources session panelists from right to left: Jordan’s Minister of Water and Irrigation, EU representative, World Bank representative, Fortescue Future Industries representative, and Chief Commissioner of Jordan’s Energy and Minerals Regulatory Commission, Dr. Maha Al Zu’bi, IWMI (Photo: Prime Ministry of Jordan)

Jordan’s Water Vision 2033 takes shape at “A Year of Modernization”...

Integrated solutions plan aims to strengthen management and governance of the country’s water resources.
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Middle East’s groundwater shortage: Will it soon run out?

IWMI plays a pivotal role in addressing groundwater management challenges across the Middle East.
A drying water pond at the Azraq Basin. Photo: Seersa Abaza / IWMI

MENADrought, collaboration, and lessons learned on Jordan’s path to drought resilience

The Government of Jordan is strengthening its drought resilience with the support of the USAID-funded IWMI-led MENADrought project.
Use of solar water pumps in a farm in Haryana Country India. Photo: Prashanth Vishwanathan / IWMI

Four ways IWMI is using water to advance climate adaptation and...

During COP26 and beyond, IWMI will continue to advance a wide range of water-focused climate solutions and develop a diverse set technical, policy, and financial tools.
An onion farm destroyed by floods in Bihar India. Photo: Dakshina Murthy / IWMI

International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction 2021

It is so important to harness the power of international cooperation to reduce risk and losses from disasters.

Responding to Jordan’s drought and water scarcity through behavioural change, not...

The development of an action plan that will help reduce the risks and vulnerabilities of those most affected by drought is critical, and urgent.
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MENAdrought: Tackling drought in Jordan, Lebanon and Morocco 

The main aim of the MENAdrought project is to empower decision-makers across Jordan, Lebanon and Morocco to anticipate, prepare for and mitigate drought impacts in a context of increasing climate change, in order to reduce risks of food and water insecurity.

Giving water a second life

Launch of a major project on water reuse at Cairo Water Week.