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Integrating human health into wetland management for the Inner Niger Delta, Mali

Livelihood and water-related diseases are strongly linked to wetland management. The majority of wetland stakeholders in the Inner Niger Delta, Mali considered human health and sanitation the most important criteria of a list of challenges and water-related pressures. Yet, a methodology to integrate health risks and opportunities into wetland management plans has previously not been proposed, despite the clear links and substantial real-life challenges. In this paper, a framework is presented to do this in data-poor context structured around the process to evaluate and prioritise the appropriateness of management options to improve human health.


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Dams in Mali, For a healthy Inner Niger Delta, Mali, Influencing policies along the Niger River, Integrated water resources management in the Upper Niger Basin, Mali, Inner Niger Delta, Poverty reduction in the Inner Niger Delta, Mali, Support for the local dialogue on water, food and the environment in Mali

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