UTFI, an innovative landscape-based solution for addressing multiple water variability related challenges (floods, droughts, groundwater depletion), and enhancing the resilience and livelihoods of smallholder communities, is being demonstrated and evaluated in depth across diverse settings. This is intended to create the evidence-base needed to gain acceptance and support the uptake of UTFI interventions by policy and decision makers in South Asia and Southeast Asia.
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Are landscape approaches possible under authoritarianism? multi-stakeholder governance and social transformation in MyanmarForsyth,T.; Springate-Baginski, O. 2021. Are landscape approaches possible under authoritarianism? multi-stakeholder governance and social transformation in Myanmar. Environmental science and policy. pp:124(2021)359-369
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Effects of training duration and the role of gender on farm participation in water user associations in southern Tajikistan: implications for irrigation managementBalasubramanya, Soumya. 2019. Effects of training duration and the role of gender on farm articipation in water user associations in southern Tajikistan: implications for irrigation management. Agricultural Water Management, 216:1-11. doi: 10.1016/j.agwat.2019.01.019
- ReportFabricius, C.; Novellie, P.; Ringler, C.; Uhlenbrook, Stefan; Wright, D. 2021. Resilience in agro-ecological landscapes: process principles and outcome indicators. Colombo, Sri Lanka: International Water Management Institute (IWMI). CGIAR Research Program on Water, Land and Ecosystems (WLE). 36p. (WLE Legacy Series 4) [doi: https://doi.org/10.5337/2022.206]
- BriefDubois, M.; Akester, M.; Ou, P.; Freed, S.; Leemans, K.; Mam, K.; de Silva, Sanjiv; Smith, B.; Teoh, S.J.; Aung, H.M.; Beveridge, M.C.M.; Marwaha, N.; Phillips, M. 2021. Integrated rice and fish systems. Penang, Malaysia: CGIAR Research Program on Fish Agri-Food Systems.Program Brief: FISH-2021-14
- ReportD.Surie, Mandakini; Aheeyar, Mohamed; de Silva, Sanjiv; Raut, Manita. 2021. Virtual regional dialogue on options to promote more inclusive weather index insurance. Workshop summary report[27-28 October 2021]. 35p.