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NEXUS GAINS Talks: Transformative leadership program for women professionals in the...

To mark International Women’s Day, this NEXUS Gains Talk will discuss the importance of developing the transformational leadership capacity of women and men across WEFE sectors.
Enviro-Champs take a group photo before checking the health of a river. GroundTruth and the Duzi-uMngeni Conservation Trust (DUCT).

Heroes of environmental stewardship

As Enviro-Champs, South African youth address environmental challenges through citizen science and digital innovation.

World Wetlands Day: Ismahane Elouafi, Executive Managing Director of CGIAR

A message from the Thalangama wetland in Colombo, Sri Lanka, on the work of IWMI and CGIAR to preserve and protect these vital ecosystems.
Prime Minister Dinesh Gunawardena (right) meets with CGIAR Executive Managing Director Ismahane Elouafi (center) at Temple Trees, Colombo. Also pictured are Mark Smith (left), IWMI’s Director General. (Photo: Office of the Prime Minister of Sri Lanka)

CGIAR’s new Executive Managing Director discusses opportunities to support Sri Lanka’s...

Ismahane Elouafi visited the country to learn more about IWMI’s work and ways to leverage integrated capabilities for water, food and climate resilience.

New podcast explores policy coherence and system transformation in food, land...

Policy Pathways, produced by IWMI, examines policies for sustainable development and climate resilience in six countries.
NEXUS Gains Talk #19

Wetlands and human wellbeing: Perspectives from Asia and Africa

The theme of this year’s World Wetlands Day is Wetlands and Human Wellbeing, and in this edition of NEXUS Gains Talk, we explore this theme through case studies from Asia and Africa, with input from Ramsar. 
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Water-food nexus in the mountain systems: Agricultural production systems from the...

A webinar hosted by the Daugherty Water for Food Global Institute at the University of Nebraska and CGIAR.
Indigenous chicken flock foraging in Ethiopia. Photo: ILRI

Coping with water scarcity in Addis Ababa’s slaughterhouses

Ethiopia’s livestock sector is vibrant and has a huge potential to furnish human nutrition and trade targets in East Africa and beyond, according to experts. Nevertheless, the sector is under threat because of increasing water shortages.
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Solar pumps are empowering women farmers in India

On top of its climate benefits, the technology is boosting women’s income and confidence while challenging traditional gender norms, writes IWMI's Tanmoy Bhaduri.
IWMI’s Mohsin Hafeez and Mark Smith inaugurate Pakistan Water Week alongside Iqar Khan and Claudia Ringler. IWMI / Pakistan

Pakistan Water Week 2023 addresses transformative pathways for water and food...

With water and food security becoming urgent priorities, Pakistan Water Week convened to explore opportunities for research, innovation and collective action.