This report describes a participatory approach used in the establishment and implementation of hydrometeorological monitoring networks in the Blue Nile River Basin of Ethiopia.
Latest from IWMI
Can communities monitor their own water resources?
A new study from the International Water Management Institute (IWMI) suggests that community monitoring can work, if the right incentives and procedures are put in place.
Introduction to Gender Analytical Tools in the agricultural sector and Tips on data collection and analytical Skills
This short-but-thorough presentation from IWMI’s Valentine J Gandhi provides a valuable introduction to the gender analysis in agricultural research. Covering the many reasons for undertaking gender-sensitive research and the tools available for the …
IWMI and the Department of Irrigation (DoI) of the Government of Nepal renewed their long-standing partnership by signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).
Can multiple use services deliver?People need water for many things, but in most developing countries responsibility for water services is frequently divided between different government agencies. Typically, the WASH (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene) and…