Tag: Limpopo

How groundwater can help us build a more water-secure world

By putting groundwater at the heart of our work, IWMI researchers are paving the way for further climate adaptation and resilience.

VOA News: The impact of large and small dams on malaria transmission in four basins in Africa

IWMI’s Jonathan Lautze discusses a new study that looks at the relative impact of small and large dams on malaria transmission in four river basins in Sub-Saharan Africa – the Volta, the Limpopo, the Omo-Turkana and the Zambezi.

How hybrid water law can transform water access in southern Africa

In rural southern Africa, hybrid water law is a tool for social justice and environmental stewardship.

Learning from our mistakes: transforming water management to boost biodiversity

When designing water solutions for communities, IWMI researchers always consider the impact on biodiverse ecosystems.

When small is beautiful – but not spectacular

Taking stock of a widespread water intervention in Africa.

Pinpointing untapped irrigation potential

A baseline for revitalization of smallholder schemes in South Africa

Zooming in on irrigation

Local mapping of irrigated areas in South Africa’s garden province.

Learning from a joint venture gone astray

Farmer empowerment is vital if new technologies are to help the poorest.