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.
Country Representative highlights contributions and commitment to sustainable water management in high-level event.
Policy Pathways, produced by IWMI, examines policies for sustainable development and climate resilience in six countries.
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.
Solarizing Nepal’s extensive irrigation canals offers huge advantages including improved irrigation reliability, higher crop production, greater farm income and improved food and nutritional security, according to IWMI researchers.
IWMI hosts pre-COP28 conference on “Accelerating the Water-Food Climate Nexus Transformation Pathways for Pakistan.”
State of the Basins co-develops an overview of the three most important river basins, in collaboration with international experts and water professionals from Afghanistan and Pakistan.
IWMI’s collaborations in the areas of fragility, conflict and migration are aimed at making strides towards an equitable future for all.
Water is essential for all life on earth and is central to the healthy functioning and sustainability of the Earth’s ecosystems. But what about the profound impact of water on our food systems?
IWMI supports research, such as hydro-geologist Maduo Dingalo's work on transboundary aquifers, which is looking to identify potential borehole sites to supply water to vulnerable communities.