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Small-scale agriculture in crisis due to COVID-19 pandemic

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A Wakeup Call from the Drip Dream

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Networking on the Nile

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IHE Delft strives to strengthen the programmes of universities and research institutes as well as the knowledge and capacity base of ministries and other water sector organizations in Africa, South-America and Asia/Pacific. We do this by training water professionals on-the-job, creating water education networks, joint research, policy advice, distance & e-learning, participation in innovative projects and facilitating knowledge sharing.

Research paper: Wehn et al. (2015) Strengthening Water Governance in the Global South: Role and International Experiences of IHE Delft in Capacity Development, Water Governance, 5, 26-34. 

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Zimbabwe, Africa

When crises multiply: entrepreneurship and survival in the Zimbabwean countryside

Written by Annelieke Duker, on 25 August 2020

One can find so-called sand rivers in many dry parts of Africa. They are an important source of water for farming families in Zimbabwe, who invest...

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Mangroves, models and mud

Written by Laura Kwak, on 14 August 2020

Uwe Best and Sebrian Beselly, both PhD Researchers in Coastal Engineering at IHE Delft, chose to take the International Day for the Conservation of...

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Delft, The Netherlands

Small-scale agriculture in crisis due to COVID-19 pandemic

Written by Jeltsje Kemerink - Seyoum and 1 other, on 30 June 2020

While most people in the Netherlands feel relieved because the measures against the pandemic are gently being relaxed and they can enjoy drinking...

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