Resources

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Strengthening Community Resilience in South Sudan

Established by Wetlands International under Partners for Resilience, the Kinnaite Wetlands Working Group included representatives from the communities, government and Civil Society Organizations. It is […]

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Women voice for Water in Nanyuki,Kenya

Sustainable WASH for all can only be achieved when all citizens – including women and people living with disabilities – contribute to policy development and […]

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Mangrove forest communities in Rufiji Delta trained on an alternative approach to mangrove restoration.

Mangrove restoration is not just planting one or two mangrove species in straight lines – it’s much more complex than that.  To demystify this, together […]

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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 […]

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A step toward resilience in Ethiopia’s Somali Region

The Somali region of Ethiopia which has a population of about 5 million people, is the most important food and water insecure region in the […]

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Building ecosystem resilience in Ethiopia’s Somali Region

How can we build the long-term resilience of communities to withstand recurring food and water insecurity, droughts and flash floods in the Horn of Africa […]

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Conserving wetlands for waterbirds and people – Ethiopia

Why are wetlands so important for waterbirds and people? In order to ensure the survival of millions of waterbirds migrating between Europe and Africa every […]

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Thinking With The Landscape – Rwambu, Uganda

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Enlisting the Private Sector to sustain Landscapes and Communities in Kenya

Earlier this year, Wetlands International undertook training of its staff on how to proactively engage the private sector actors to become stewards of the environment […]

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Safeguarding the Tana River Basin – Kenya

Wetlands International Kenya successfully launched a study on The Economics of Ecosystem Services of the Tana River Basin in Nairobi Kenya. The study provides evidence […]