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April 06, 2023

FBLN Newsflash April 2023

Dear readers, We have prepared a new Newsflash for you full with updates from the network, including the newest resources and papers published. Feel free to share your feedback, news or ideas with us through info@floodbased.org. Enjoy the reading! Topics in this newsflash TMT Training in Yemen The Water and Environment Centre, part of Sana’a University

September 08, 2022

PN_40 – Wild Trees Pakistan

Title: Practical Note 40 – Usage of Wild Trees on Private Farm Land in Spate Irrigated Areas Authors: Allah Bakhsh (SPO Pakistan) and edited by Zunaira Naab (MetaMeta) and Reinier Veldman (MetaMeta) Type: Practical Note Description: Practical Note of the FBLN network describing the usage of wild trees in Spate Irrigation systems of Pakistan, with

September 08, 2022

Flood damage and recovery report Kacchi Plain, 6 Sept 2022

Title: Rapid Flood Damage Assessment in Kacchi Plain (Balochistan) and Immediate and Early Recovery Program Authors: MetaMeta and Flood Based Livelihoods Network Type: Assessment Report Description: Assessment Report of the flood damage to Kacchi Plain, Balochistan, Pakistan, including ideas of the early recovery program. Version 1, 6th September 2022.

September 08, 2022

PN_41 – LocalVegetables in Pakistan

Title: Local Vegetable Production in Spate Irrigated Areas, Experiences from The Kachi Plain Flood Irrigated System in Pakistan Authors: Allah Bakhsh (SPO Pakistan) and edited by Zunaira Maab (MetaMeta) and Reinier Veldman (MetaMeta) Type: Practical Note Description: Practical Note  developed by the FBLN network, focussing on the growing of local vegetables in spate irrigated areas,

September 08, 2022

Hill torrent floods report DG Khan And Rajanpur Districts, South Punjab

Title: Hill Torrent Floods Impacting the Southern Punjab Pakistan Authors: Khurram Mubeen Type: Briefing Note Description: Flood assessment of the 2022 Floods and the effect on Hill Torrent areas of South Punjab. The report is compiled by Khurram Mubeen, Assistant Professor (Agronomy), Muhammad Nawaz Shareef University of Agriculture Multan-Pakistan.