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Invisible Bonds: Resilience Building in the Horn of Africa’s Borderlands

Posted in : on 22 August 2022

Fostering stakeholder dialogue, embedding trust, and building relationships underpinned by equitable information and knowledge sharing, will be pivotal for the Horn of Africa to build back greener and develop resilient development pathways.

Protecting Lake Victoria for a green, resilient, and inclusive future

Posted in : on 14 March 2022

The World Bank Water Global Practice and CIWA Program teams are taking the lead to protect Lake Victoria in Eastern Africa.


Posted in : on 1 October 2021

How Sudan is improving its water resources management, proactively increasing its resilience to floods and droughts, and developing groundwater resources.

What does it take to reduce flood and drought risks and build climate resilience in Eastern Africa?

Posted in : on 21 September 2021

CIWA’s Nile Cooperation for Climate Resilience Project puts in place Nile river basin-wide flood and drought forecasting systems.

Across the pond Podcast: Conversation with Anders Jagerskog

Posted in : on 17 May 2021

Anders Jagerskog shares his insights on the new Nile Cooperation for Climate Resilience Project and how it will help build resilience in the Nile Basin.

Improving access to multi-use water resources essential to building resilience

Posted in : on 29 April 2021

Somalia is rebuilding itself after suffering more than two decades of insecurity and humanitarian crises. CIWA supports the Somalia government in resolving water resources matters.

Meet Dr Hellen Natu, the Regional Manager at the Nile Basin Discourse

Posted in : on 8 April 2021

Dr Hellen Natu, Regional Manager, Nile Basin Discourse (NBD) explains how NBD is promoting gender-equal policies and programs through an enabling environment and encouraging women’s proactive role in transboundary water issues.

Unlocking women’s potential in Kenya’s water and sanitation sector

Posted in : on 8 July 2020

In Kenya, women in water utilities face barriers in accessing equal employment opportunities throughout their career trajectory. This is due to entrenched social norms, biased hiring processes and limited training and networking opportunities. Read more.

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