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Water in drylands

This study presents some lessons from a selection of IUCN interventions in dryland areas that have adapted to a greater or lesser extent to the conditions of drylands, notably focusing on water management to deal with scarcity and variability.

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2016
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Lake Titicaca Basin : Peru and Bolivia : enhancing transboundary cooperation through technical coordination and institutional reforms

Lake Titicaca exists within a fragile high altitude ecosystem shared between Bolivia and Peru. Since 2011, BRIDGE has been working in Lake Titicaca basin taking a non-conventional approach to water diplomacy promoting better cooperation.

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2013
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The 3S river basin (Cambodia, Lao PDR and Vietnam) : creating spaces for cooperation through multi-level dialogue and capacity building

The Sesan, Sre Pok, and Sekong rivers, referred to as the 3S river basin, are shared by three countries and constitute a significant part of the Lower Mekong river basin.

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2013
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Goascorán Basin : Honduras and El Salvador : revitalising cooperative management through expanding stakeholder involvement

The waters of the Goascorán River are shared between Honduras and El Salvador. Since 2011, BRIDGE has worked to promote better cooperation over transboundary waters, taking a non-conventional approach to water diplomacy.

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2013
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Tacaná watersheds, Guatemala and Mexico : transboundary water governance and implementation of IWRM through local community action

Beginning with a grassroots approach to water management, increased knowledge and information and the improvement of environmental health and livelihoods, the region around the Tacaná volcano on the border of Guatemala and Mexico has shown the way forward in scaling up local level approaches to n

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2012
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Volta River Basin, Ghana and Burkina Faso : transboundary water management through multi-level participatory governance and community projects

In the Volta basin, WANI and partners have worked with riparian states to improve water governance and water management practices.

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2012
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Mekong River Basin : mobilising grassroots engagement and facilitating high-level dialogue for transboundary water management

The Water and Nature Initiate’s (WANI) activities in the Mekong followed a strategy of mobilizing grass-roots engagement of local stakeholders in decision making, while facilitating high-level dialogues.

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2012
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Pangani River Basin, Tanzania : building consensus on water allocation and climate change adaptation

Climate change and the over exploitation of water resources is challenging the sustainability of the Pangani River Basin to deliver water services. Competition for diminishing water resources has led to tensions between the various stakeholders within the basin.

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2011
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Komadugu Yobe Basin, upstream of Lake Chad, Nigeria : multi-stakeholder participation to create new institutions and legal frameworks to manage water resources

Inappropriate water management practices in the Komadugu Yobe Basin, upstream of Lake Chad in northern Nigeria, changed the seasonal river flow and caused widespread environmental degradation.

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2011
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Environmental flows : demonstrations and knowledge sharing through regional and global networks to turn policy into action

Environmental flows improve water management by ensuring a sustainable water supply to meet the needs of people, agriculture, energy, industry and the environment.

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2011