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Morocco Resilience Days

Morocco Resilience Days

The Morocco Resilience Days will provide a collaborative forum to learn and reflect on the state of Morocco's water and agricultural systems in the face of climate change.
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.
Distribution of power plants across Africa. Bigger circles denote larger annual water withdrawal in 2020. Foresight Initiative / IWMI.

Closing the African data gap

New open access database is valuable for sustainable development in the energy and water sectors.
Giriraj Amarnath (fourth from right) and Niranga Alahacoon (second from right) accept the Silver Award under the Digital Process category at the 2024 National Project Management Excellence Awards in Sri Lanka. Photo: PMI

IWMI awarded for second consecutive year by the Project Management Institute...

The Climate Smart Governance (CSG) Dashboard is recognized for its contribution to national climate adaptation, planning and development.

IWMI’s new strategy shows the way forward for collective action on...

Strategy 2024–2030 sets course for the next stage of the organization’s research and innovation journey.

Anticipatory Actions are often neglected so let’s get behind long-term resilience

IWMI assembled a panel of Anticipatory Action experts for a webinar to discuss empowering communities with lasting Anticipatory Actions for long-term resilience and improved Food, Land and Water Systems.
Map of Adamawa State. Image: IWMI

Waters of vulnerability and transformative solutions

Understanding water system risks in fragile and conflict-affected communities is crucial for developing anticipatory action and peace.
Nexus Gains Talk 23

Nexus Gains Talks: Integrated water resources management for water, energy and...

This webinar will present results from the CGIAR Initiative on NEXUS Gains and related work in the Eastern Nile Basin that can help policymakers develop more impactful and integrated water solutions in a climate crisis.

How can water security empower refugee and host communities?

How reforming water system governance in Ethiopia’s Somali Region refugee and host communities will empower long-term adaptation to climate change and disaster.
Girl fetching water from a dug out, Dumnazerbu, Adamawa State, Nigeria. Joe Bala / IWMI

Migration, displacement and water-related challenges in Adamawa State, Nigeria

Findings from a survey of 400 households in 20 communities show the strain on water and other resources.