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Episode One: Introducing… Policy Pathways

Researchers introduce the series and explain what a 'policy pathway' is.

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.
Cars and donkeys in the Ethiopian Somali region. Radhika Singh / IWMI

Understanding the water crisis in refugee hosting communities in Ethiopia’s Somali...

Understanding the Water Crisis in Refugee Hosting Communities in Ethiopia's Somali Region.
COP28 Head of Delegation statement by IWMI director general Mark Smith

Water and food systems ready to roll out climate-resilient solutions

A ministerial dialogue and a new global partnership at COP28 signal commitment to integrate water and food systems — for both adaptation and mitigation — in national climate plans.
Ethiopia Somali region landscape. Radhika Singh / IWMI

We’re taking the path less traveled: Addressing fragility, conflict and migration...

Climate-induced displacement is rampant in Ethiopia’s Somali region. As co-lead of CGIAR’s Fragility, Conflict, and Migration Initiative IWMI is working to embed resilience-building solutions in Ethiopian refugee, internally displaced persons, and host communities.
Irbid. Andrew Adam Bradford/IWMI

Water and climate stress are threatening Jordanian refugee hosting communities. What...

IWMI is working to inform the humanitarian response to climate-based vulnerabilities in Jordan through anticipatory action.

Pakistan Water Week 2023

Pakistan Water Week 2023 will focus on issues including water governance, climate resilience, water and food security.
People take refuge on the roofs of buildings following flooding caused by Cyclone Idai in Mozambique, 2019. World Vision/DFID

What is loss and damage and how does it apply to...

A year after COP27, we explain what loss and damage is, how it relates to water, what a Loss and Damage Fund would do, and what progress has been made.
Peter Oppong on his cocoa farm in the Ashanti region. Kekeli Gbodji / IWMI.

Peter Oppong’s inspiring journey

Smallholder farmers like Oppong are reaping the benefits of solar-powered irrigation, a cost-effective and easy-to-implement technology.
A woman farmer inspecting a sprinkler

IWMI part of global, five-year program to build sustainable food systems

IWMI will implement the Innovation Lab for Irrigation & Mechanization Systems, funded by USAID and led by University of Nebraska.