How we are using drones to conserve mangroves in Africa

Ever felt like you don’t know what’s happening on the ground? Sometimes with too many colors and almost invisible images? The observations are often ad […]


Ethiopia Benchmarking tour on wetland policy processes and legislative frameworks in Uganda

A delegation from Ethiopia comprising government officials and other stakeholders took part in a study tour in Uganda from 25th to 29th June 2018 to […]


The First Adaptation Futures Conference held in Africa

Adaptation Futures is the world’s premier conference on climate change adaptation, with the participation of about 1,000 scientists, practitioners, business leaders and policymakers from around […]


Annual Review and Accounts 2017

Wetlands International has continued its’ work in Europe, Africa, Asia and Latin America and the Caribbean to show how managing wetlands can open the door to sustainable […]


WATER RESOURCES: Partake and Protect – Watershed Programme in Western Uganda

In the face of mounting environmental and societal changes how do we ensure adequate water quality and safeguard the health and supply of these vital […]


Uganda National Wetlands Policy Review 23 Years in the Making Finally Kicks off

The government of Uganda officially embarked on a journey that will see them review their National Policy for the Conservation of Wetlands and Management of […]


Assessing Capacities of Local Communities to Manage Water Resources

Wetlands International Kenya with support from the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF) and in collaboration with the Water Resources Authority (WRA) facilitated Organisational Capacity Assessments […]


Researchers carry out baseline studies for 54,000Ha of mangroves in Rufiji Delta

Rufiji Delta is a host to several villages including Nyamisati, and Jaja. During this month of May – these villages have been home to a […]


New Kenya wetlands regulations set to ease overload threatening the country’s water security

Kenya has been experiencing many challenges affecting the wetland ecosystem, which vary from human-induced to natural causes with lots of concerns raised over the current […]


Farming, logging activities threaten Rufiji Mangroves

Residents express fears over increased depletion of mangrove forests in Rufiji Delta. As you manoeuvre the calm waters off the coast of Nyamisati in Rufiji […]