CRP Dryland Systems - IWMI - 2015 Technical and Financial Report - Final
The International Water Management Institute (IWMI) managed to progress in 2015 in terms of researching on evidence for agricultural water management within the context of a systems approach. Water is one of the key enablers within the holistic agricultural livelihoods. The research focussed in Chinyanja Triangle (Ntcheu District) in Malawi, South Asia, Central Asia and Nile Delta, Egypt. The research from IWMI contributed to the poverty related Intermediate Development Outcomes (IDOs) Increased resilience of the poor to climate change and other shocks and (1.1) and increased productivity (1.4), Natural Resource Management IDOs such as: More sustainably managed agro-ecosystems (3.3). Under the Cross Cutting IDOs, Equity and inclusion achieved (B.1) and National partner and beneficiaries enabled (D.1).