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  • CG Space

    Over 1200 CPWF Publications Now Available Online

    Announcements, Homepage Highlights, News, Publications December 17, 2012 at 07:30 Comments are Disabled

    More than 1200 resources from Phase 1 projects are now on our document repository, CG Space. These resources represent a substantial percentage of all CPWF outputs produced over the last ten years, now consolidated in one accessible location. This effort was accomplished in collaboration with the ILRI information services team.

     
  • New Book Explores Nile River (Afro FM 105.3)

    Imported, Press clippings November 8, 2012 at 05:42 Comments are Disabled

    The book, titled “The Nile River Basin” was officially launched here in Addis Ababa. The history, major current and future challenges and opportunities of the Nile River Basin were presented in great detail. Africa has currently turned its face towards better harnessing and managing its natural resources. Water is of […]

     
  • New Book Explores Nile River (Afro FM 105.3)

    Imported, Press clippings November 8, 2012 at 05:42 Comments are Disabled

    The book, titled “The Nile River Basin” was officially launched here in Addis Ababa. The history, major current and future challenges and opportunities of the Nile River Basin were presented in great detail.

    Africa has currently turned its face towards better harnessing and managing its natural resources. Water is of no exception. Research works that could analyze the basin characteristics for the betterment of the people are now becoming the order of the day. The launch of this book on Nile is a living witness for the case in point.

     
  • Smallholder farmers need improved stake in Nile’s development (Seed Daily)

    Imported, Press clippings November 8, 2012 at 05:28 Comments are Disabled

    A new book finds that the Nile river, together with its associated tributaries and rainfall, could provide 11 countries – including a new country, South Sudan, and the drought-plagued countries of the Horn of Africa – with enough water to support a vibrant agriculture sector, but that the poor in […]

     
  • Without Better Water Management, Nile Basin’s Poorest Will Be Left Behind (Oosaka News)

    Imported, Press clippings November 8, 2012 at 05:26 Comments are Disabled

    The Nile River Basin has the potential to supply enough freshwater to “provide a vibrant agricultural sector” in all 11 basin states, if “effective and inclusive water management practices” are put into place, according to a new publication launched in Addis Ababa on November 5 by the CGIAR (Consultative Group […]

     
  • Smallholder farmers need improved stake in Nile’s development (Phys.org)

    Imported, Press clippings November 8, 2012 at 05:17 Comments are Disabled

    A new book finds that the Nile river, together with its associated tributaries and rainfall, could provide 11 countries—including a new country, South Sudan, and the drought-plagued countries of the Horn of Africa—with enough water to support a vibrant agriculture sector, but that the poor in the region who rely […]

     
  • Voldoende water in de Nijl (Nederlands Dagblad)

    Imported, Press clippings November 8, 2012 at 05:16 Comments are Disabled

    ADDIS ABEBA – De rivier de Nijl bevat voldoende water om de inwoners van alle elf landen in het stroomgebied – inclusief het nieuwe Zuid-Sudan – van water te voorzien. Maar het watermanagement moet dan wel worden aangepast. Dat staat in een boek dat vandaag is gepubliceerd door het CGIAR […]

     
  • New Solutions Offered for Nile Basin Region Smallholder Farmers

    Imported, Press clippings November 8, 2012 at 05:11 Comments are Disabled

    A new book offers unique solutions to the complex issues surrounding the use and sharing of the water from the world’s longest river, the Nile. The book, “The Nile River Basin: Water, Agriculture, Governance and Livelihoods”, offers new research and analysis that go beyond the subject of irrigation using the […]

     
  • “No reason to go for war on the River Nile”: Scholars (Ethiopian Herald)

    Imported, Press clippings November 8, 2012 at 05:00 Comments are Disabled

    A new book entitled “The Nile River Basin: Water, Agriculture, Governance and Livelihood” revealed that the Nile River, together with its associated tributaries and rainfall, could provide the 11 countries including a new country, South Sudan, and the drought-plagued countries of the Horn of Africa with enough water to support […]

     
  • More ‘crop per drop’? Only when ‘more milk per drop’ saves the poor as well as Nile Basin waterflows (ILRI)

    Imported, Press clippings November 7, 2012 at 02:38 Comments are Disabled

    Ten years ago, scientists at the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) and the International Water Management Institute (IWMI) established a partnership centred at ILRI’s campus in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The partnership was formed to address widespread concerns that livestock consume excessive amounts of water and that livestock keeping is a […]