Resources

An aerial view of mangrove forest stretching for water in the foreground into haze in the background Case study

Mangrove Capital Africa

Mangrove Capital Africa is a ten-year programme to improve the lives of millions of people by safeguarding and restoring the mangroves they live in.

Annual Report 2017 Annual review 2017 cover: A boy in a boat Publication

Annual Review and Accounts 2017

Our Annual Review 2017 is available in summary and auditors' versions, introducing our breakthroughs and work in 2017.

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Wetlands International General Brochure

Why are wetlands important? And what are we doing about it? This brochure introduces why and how we do what we do.  

Peatland landscape in Russia News

The International Investment Bank supports our peatlands projects in Russia

The International Investment Bank provided us with the second grant for execution of a project on restoring peatlands in Russia. On June 4, 2018, Nikolay […]

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Researchers carry out baseline studies for 54,000Ha of mangroves in Rufiji Delta

Rufiji Delta is a host to several villages including Nyamisati, and Jaja. During this month of May – these villages have been home to a […]

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A tool to build a network of sites for migratory waterbirds

A showcase in a UN building in Bonn, Germany, can be good for waterbirds across Africa and Eurasia. We have done just that to launch our Critical Sites Network tool version 2.0.

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Water we doing about water?

Did you know that the answer can be found in nature? Nature-based solutions such as restoring mangrove buffers in degraded coastal areas or preserving peatlands […]

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Work under Partners for Resilience in Odisha selected as one among the best practices in Asia

Under the programme, Partners for Resilience (PfR) led by Wetlands International South Asia, a case study on sustainable community-based disaster risk management - Responding to emergencies, A PfR perspective - was selected as one among the best practices in Asia by the Asian Disaster Preparedness Centre (ADPC). This case was submitted under the programme Institutionalizing Sustainable Community Based Disaster Risk Management (CBDRM).

Sunset with a boat and waterbirds News

First spring bird count at Barr Al Hikman makes case for protection

For a three weeks in March 2018 we surveyed waterbirds almost continuously in the coastal wetlands of Barr Al Hikman, Oman. By day we counted […]

Flooding surrounds plants in Indonesia News

First national workshop held in Indonesia to address land subsidence problems

On 27–28 March a national seminar was held in Jakarta on the urgent issue of land subsidence in coastal lowlands which is increasingly affecting coastal […]