The Directory of Ethiopian Wetlands: a first inventory

On October 10, 2019, Wetlands International in collaboration with its local implementing partner Ethiopian Wildlife and Natural History  Society, EWNHS launched a book entitled  “A […]


Integrated Risk Management- Reducing disaster risks by strengtheningcommunity resilience

To address disaster risks effectively, risk reduction interventions should address integrate timescales and geographical scales. Climate variability and change necessitate the assessment of risks in […]


National Disaster Management Strategic Plan for South Sudan

Disasters in South Sudan resulting in high levels of vulnerability are driven and triggered by various factors influenced by climatic changes and human negligence. Disaster […]


A Step Towards Resilience: Joint Initiatives Addressing Protracted Crisis in Somali Region-Ethiopia

A Step Towards Resilience is a compilation of inspiring stories from the disaster-prone Somali Region of Ethiopia. Wetlands International worked with partners Red Cross, Red […]


WASH and Water Security: Integration and the role of civil society

This document explains how civil society organisations can help to achieve the required integration and comes with 24 practical integration examples.


Enlisting the Private Sector to sustain Landscapes and Communities in Kenya

The private sector has an enormous impact on the environment, either directly through resource extraction, manufacturing, agriculture and industry; or indirectly through consolidation and processing of products from farmers, artisans and miners. These activities can have devastating effects on people and ecosystems.


Partners for Resilience-Uganda

PfR works to build and strengthen community resilience by integrating Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR), Ecosystem Management and restoration (EMR) and Climate Change Adaptation (CCA) – referred to as Integrated Risk Management (IRM Approach).

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Watershed – Empowering Citizens – Kenya

Watershed - empowering citizens, is a five year (2016 – 2020) strategic partnership programme, that aims to build the capacity of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) for evidence-based lobbying and advocacy on Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) services and Integrated Water Resource Management (IWRM) issues including fulfilment of human right to water, sanitation and sustainable allocation of water resources.

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Mangrove Capital Africa – Rufiji Delta, Tanzania

Mangrove Capital Africa (MCA) Programme is a 10-year programme whose vision is: Mangroves and their biodiversity are healthy, improving the livelihoods of millions of people and protecting them against the dangers of climate change. MCA targets the coasts of East and West Africa. In East Africa the initial focus is on the Rufiji Delta in Tanzania.


Wetlands International Eastern-Africa Brochure

Wetlands International Eastern-Africa Brochure is a general outline of our interventions and outcomes in the region; namely Kenya, Ethiopia, Uganda, Tanzania and South Sudan.