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May 20, 2022

Forwarding to Resilient Food Systems and Livelihoods, Highlights of Good Practices towards Improved Agriculture Productivity using Integrated Water Resources Management in Sudan under the Aqua4Sudan Partnership

Title: Forwarding to Resilient Food Systems and Livelihoods Highlights of Good Practices towards Improved Agriculture Productivity using  Integrated Water Resources Management in Sudan under the Aqua4Sudan Partnership. Authors: Long Hoang and Mohammed Yasir (MetaMeta) Type: Report Description: The report brings together several IWRM interventions and lessons learned from the Aqua4Sudan Partnership . Aqua4Sudan is a

April 19, 2022

Sustainable rangeland management in Sub-Saharan Africa, Guidelines to good practice

Title: Sustainable rangeland management in Sub-Saharan Africa, Guidelines to good practice Authors: Hanspeter Liniger and Rima Mekdaschi Studer (lead authors) Type: Guidelines Description: The overall goal of the guidelines is to contribute to improved rangeland management by illustrating a wide range of innovative rangeland management practices, grouping them, clarifying their characteristics and requirements, and by

January 06, 2022

Inventory and drivers of the adoption of flood-based farming systems in South-Eastern Africa: Insights from Malawi

Title: Inventory and drivers of the adoption of flood-based farming systems in South-Eastern Africa: Insights from Malawi Authors: Arab P. Msume, Faidess D. Mwale, Giulio Castelli Type: Academic Paper Description: FBFS have received much attention recently; however, there is limited guidance on how they can be promoted effectively in rural areas. To do so and

November 22, 2021

Artificial Recharge Assessment of Groundwater Through Mekhtan Dam Bani Husheish, Sanaá Basin – Yemen, and Ways to Improve It out of the Perspective of IWRM

Title: Artificial Recharge Assessment of Groundwater Through Mekhtan Dam Bani Husheish, Sanaá Basin – Yemen, and Ways to Improve It out of the Perspective of IWRM Author: Wahib Saif Mohsen M. Al-Qubatee Type: MSc-thesis Description: Dams are considered as important water harvesting techniques which are increasingly utilized in Sana’a basin for artificial groundwater recharge. Some

November 22, 2021

The Economic Value of IrrigationWater in Wadi Zabid, Tihama Plain, Yemen

Title: The Economic Value of IrrigationWater in Wadi Zabid, Tihama Plain, Yemen Author: Wahib Al-Qubatee, Petra Hellegers and Henk Ritzema Type: Research Paper Description: This study used crop budgets to assess the impact of declining groundwater levels on the economic value of irrigation water in the Wadi Zabid region of Yemen. The study found that

November 22, 2021

Social Water Studies in the Arab Region State of the Art and Perspectives

Title: Social Water Studies in the Arab Region, State of the Art and Perspectives Author: Manar Fayyad, Serena Sandri, Matthias Weiter and Dimitrios Zikos (Edtrs.) Type: Seminar Proceedings Description: This publication comes as the natural continuation of discussions initiated in the conference and draws on lessons learned and material collected from the participants. Against this

November 22, 2021

Participatory rural appraisal to assess groundwater resources in Al Mujaylis Tihama Coastal Plain Yemen

Title: Participatory rural appraisal to assess groundwater resources in Al-Mujaylis, Tihama Coastal Plain, Yemen Author: Wahib Al-Qubatee, Henk Ritzema, Adel Al-Weshali, Frank van Steenbergen & Petra J. G. J. Hellegers Type: Research Paper Description: A participatory rural appraisal (PRA) conducted in the Al-Mujaylis area, Tihama Coastal Plain, Yemen provided a contribution, as a bottom-up approach,

November 17, 2021

A combined approach to assess groundwater resources depletion in data-scarce areas; a case study in Wadi Zabid, Yemen

Title: A combined approach to assess groundwater resources depletion in data-scarce areas; a case study in Wadi Zabid, Yemen Author: Wahib Saif Mohsen Al-Qubatee Type: PhD thesis Description: Steady groundwater depletion resulting from overexploitation of groundwater is a problem in many arid and semi-arid regions. Hydro-economic models are often used to study groundwater depletion, to

June 28, 2021

Upstream, Downstream – Conveying Water and Ideas: Potentials for IWRM in Wadi Zabid, Yemen

Title: Upstream, Downstream – Conveying Water and Ideas: Potentials for IWRM in Wadi Zabid, Yemen Author: Carmen Celine Tyndale From Dalseng Type: Thesis Year: 2014 Description: This thesis investigates what the potential for IWRM is in Wadi Zabid, an area in western Yemen suffering from water resource troubles. It analyses the concept IWRM and sees

June 25, 2021

Implementation Completion and Results Report

Title: Implementation Completion and Results Report Author: Worldbank Type: Report Year: 2009 Description: This report describes the completion of implementation and the results for an IIP project in the Republic of Yemen. It covered lots of other wadis besides wadi Zabid and wadi Tuban.