Aquaculture, fisheries and coastal agriculture

Wetlands serve the needs of many different stakeholder groups. They provide vital services to production systems including flood and drought regulation, water quality enhancement and […]

Senegal / Annual meeting of Wetlands International office heads: A visit at sites of the organization’s achievements in the Saloum Delta

As part a meeting that begun on Monday September 14th, 2015 in Toubacouta (Centre West) of Senegal, following the annual coordination meeting of Wetlands International’s […]


Sustainable Coastal Zone Management in Sierra Leone

This video presents the work of Wetlands International Africa in the Sustainable Coastal Zone Management in Sierra Leone, where together with the government and communities […]

Wetlands and Climate Change Adaptation Brochure

This 6-page brochure demonstrates how wetlands in a healthy, intact condition can greatly contribute to attenuate the water related impacts of climate change. Due to their […]

Planting trees to eat fish

This book draws on the experiences of four projects (in Indonesia, Kenya, Zambia/Malawi and Mali) that combined conservation and development goals. The four projects demonstrated […]

The Niger, a lifeline (Summary booklet)

The aim of this study is to develop a decision-support system for effective river management in the Upper Niger, in which ecological and socio-economic impacts […]

The Niger, a lifeline

An extensive study on the impact of existing and planned dams in the Upper Niger. Impacts such as irrigation, hydropower generation but also loss of […]

The Niger, a lifeline (factsheet)

This is a A4 factsheet with the main ourcomes of the extensive study ‘The Niger, a Lifeline’.