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Migration Related News
Research shows reducing local income inequality may slow rural-urban migration
April 2, 2020
Recent research conducted by IWMI, in collaboration with the IFPRI and IFAD, finds that the poorest are likelier to migrate when increases in incomes are accompanied by increases in local income inequalities.
Gender solutions for sustainable water management in Western Nepal
March 7, 2019
IWMI study calls for investment in the social capital and capabilities of women and marginalized people.
Countering climate change with the cascade effect
January 9, 2019
Researchers with IWMI have joined a major effort to rehabilitate "tank" (or small reservoir) cascade systems in the Dry Zone.
Latest news from IWMI
Foreign Policy: The Blue Nile is dammed
July 28, 2020
Can groundwater cushion Africa from future shocks, and spark development?
July 17, 2020
Africa Times: Senegal’s water shortages require a long-term strategy
July 7, 2020
The Himalayan: Multiple-Use Water System to control COVID-19
July 1, 2020
Smart Water Magazine: How tech and modern market mechanisms can solve water scarcity in post-Soviet states
July 1, 2020