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Water and Livelihoods Initiative (WLI): Final Technical Report
This final technical report offers a summary of the activities completed by partners of the WLI during the lifetime of the project covering the period October 2009- September 2017. The WLI aims to improve rural livelihoods ...
WLI Newsletter: August issue
This newsletter highlights WLI project achievements, collaborations and upcoming meetings.
Water benchmarks of CWANA - Second phase: 1st Annual Progress Report 2010-2011
1st Annual Progress Report 2010-2011 for the Community-Based Optimization of the Management of Scarce Water Resources in Agriculture in West Asia and North Africa project. Second phase
WLI Newsletter: 2013 Highlights
The year 2013 witnessed progress both in research and overall operations of the Initiative. Two bilaterally funded programs for Iraq and Tunisia were launched offering new opportunities and models for engagement of US and ...
WLI Newsletter: January - March Issue
This newsletter provides a glimpse into the progress made by WLI partners during the period Jan – March 2014.
Economic evaluation and adoption of improved technologies
In this study, an economic evaluation of water-use efficiency technologies proposed and tested by the agronomic team in the Tadla Irrigated Perimeter was carried out. To capture climatic variability, the analysis was ...
Similarity and Suitability Analysis to Assist the Out-Scaling of Sustainable Water and Land Management Practices in West Asia and North Africa
Water scarcity and land degradation are among the most important factors that affect agricultural production and sustainability in the West Asia and North Africa (WANA) region. Through the Water benchmarks project, ICARDA ...
ICARDA Strategic Plan 2017 - 2026
This document presents the Strategic Plan of the International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas for the period from 2017 to 2026. ICARDA’s mission is to enhance food, water, and nutritional security and ...
Scaling-up Strategy and Action Plan
The aim of research is to contribute to development a nd improvement, as much as possible, of livelihoods. Unfortunately, generally, many research results do not find their way to development projects and stay i n the ...