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The Kathmandu Post: Building gender-responsive policiesAn increasingly common sight in the lush fields of southern Nepal is the glinting of solar panels in sunlight.
Tributary-level cooperation in the Isfayramsai River basin can benefit Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and the Aral SeaWithin the NEXUS Gains Initiative, an IWMI team is focusing on water storage around the Isfayramsai River.
YouTube: The 10th episode of “DIGO BAHAS”- a climate change podcast show is availableDr. Santosh Nepal, Researcher-Water Resources and Climate Change at IWMI is talking about climate change, its effects, and ways to mitigate the effects with dynamic host Ms. Shreya K.C., Youth…
Satisfying the growing need for water storage: the role of sand dams in an integrated storage frameworkMore than 2 billion people currently live in water-stressed countries, and approximately 4 billion people experience water scarcity at least one month per year.
Analysis of water reuse potential for irrigation in LebanonWater scarcity and pollution are major threats for human development in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, and Lebanon is no exception.
Legal recognition of customary water tenure in Sub-Saharan Africa: unpacking the land-water nexusDespite the progress made in conceptualizing and advocating for secure community-based land and forest tenure rights, there is a critical lacuna in advocacy and policymaking processes pertaining to community-based freshwater…
Living Customary Water Tenure in Rights-based Water Management in Sub-Saharan AfricaLiving customary water tenure is the most accepted socio-legal system among the large majority of rural people in sub-Saharan Africa.
Change in global freshwater storageFreshwater in both natural and man-made stores is critical for socioeconomic development. Globally, cumulative reduction in terrestrial water storage from 1971 to 2020 is estimated to be of the order…