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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.

Tapping into the ground to counter floods and droughts

New IWMI Research Report identifies opportunities to use natural groundwater storage to provide more reliable water supplies, particularly in areas of water scarcity.

Banking on nature

Projects that harness nature-based structures in places like Kenya and Sri Lanka are showing green infrastructure can be a valuable tool in helping vulnerable communities.

Can floods be turned into jobs?

If some of this excess water could be stored underground, this might mitigate the negative impacts of inundation and provide a convenient store of water for use by farmers during dry periods.

UTFI on National Television

DD Kisan’s Gao India program featured Underground Taming of Floods for Irrigation (UTFI) project which was aired on 17th November 2015 on the national channel.

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