The three-session event organised by SIWI's Scientific Programme Committee, UNECE, IWMI, and CIWA/the World Bank engaged participants from across the world, discussing inter-sectoral and transboundary cooperation.
Lessons learned from water productivity interventions worldwide have been distilled into a new White Paper which sets out six key principles to guide policy makers’ efforts to strengthen water and food security.
Millions of people stand to benefit from solar irrigation – but only if it's implemented in ways that are inclusive and environmentally sustainable. A new study proposes a policy and regulation framework that supports both.
Community participation in Natural Resource Management (NRM) is greening the landscape of north-western Ethiopia, with the latest assessment of Aba Gerima watershed showing improved soil health and vegetation cover.
A new policy paper proposes a more integrated alternative to conventional water storage strategies. This approach could translate into more reliable water supplies and enhanced resilience against a backdrop of climate change and increasing pressure on dwindling water resources.
For years, farmers in the coastal zone of Bangladesh have continually braced for a multitude of challenges. And the solution lies in working with farmers, communities and local institutions, combining low-tech water management innovations with better coordination and new crop varieties.