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Action needed to make Dutch WASH sustainable

Wetlands International applauds the Dutch WASH Strategy produced by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for its integrated approach to WASH[1], the conservation of ecosystems and […]

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WASH/IWRM alignment in Dutch foreign policies and practices

Publications

Water Shocks: Wetlands and Human Migration in the Sahel

This report calls attention to the worsening condition of wetlands in the Sahel and explains how this decline is undermining human well-being and compelling people […]

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Asian Waterbird Census 2008-2015

Asia has a high diversity of waterbirds, including an increasing number of threatened species, many at risk of extinction. Conservation of these species and their habitats […]

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On World Water Day, ‘Why waste water?’

March 22 is World Water Day. The theme for this year is ‘Why waste water?’. This brings attention to the need to reduce and reuse wastewater. […]

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ASiS International Essay Writing Competition 2017 launched!

We are holding the ASiS International Essay Writing Competition for school children, with a special theme of “Conserving our natural heritage – wetlands: a global […]

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Jill Heyde

Jill Heyde is an experienced project manager and technical advisor with over 20 years of interdisciplinary engagement in the natural resource management and development sectors. […]

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BirdsCaribbean

The Caribbean Waterbird Census (CWC) is coordinated by BirdsCaribbean, a regional non-profit dedicated to the conservation of birds and their habitats throughout the insular Caribbean. […]

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Germany helps to scale up Building with Nature in Indonesia

Wetlands International is happy to announce that the German goverment has granted financial support to scale up a running pilot which aims to restore the […]

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Mayotte

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