Resources

Publication

Environmental risk assessment & ecosystem mapping of South Sudan’s Kinaite Catchment

This report combines an environmental risk assessment with ecosystem mapping in the Kinaite Catchment of Eastern Equatoria State in South Sudan. This area has been dealing […]

Video

Building ecosystem resilience in Ethiopia’s Somali Region

How can we build the long-term resilience of communities to withstand recurring food and water insecurity, droughts and flash floods in the Horn of Africa […]

Moutains on the misty horizon beyond a plain News

Wetlands in the conservation Horizon Scan for 2018

Our input to the conservations science Horizon Scan for 2018 included Programme Manager for Costal Wetlands Femke Tonneijck. Many of the topics relate to wetlands, in particular just how much carbon will be released by soil under climate change.

News

Dr. Dhrubjyoti Ghosh, a noted wetland champion passed away

Wetlands International South Asia is deeply grieved and saddened at the untimely demise of Dr. Dhrubjyoti Ghosh, a founder member of the Society. Dr. Ghosh […]

News

Wetlands International awarded €1,000,000 by Dutch National Postcode Lottery

Amsterdam, the Netherlands. At last night’s annual Goed Geld Gala, the National Postcode Lottery awarded Wetlands International €1,000,000 to mobilise action in the places where […]

Publication

A Step Towards Resilience: Joint Initiatives Addressing Protracted Crisis in Somali Region

A Step Towards Resilience is a compilation of inspiring stories from the disaster-prone Somali Region of Ethiopia. Wetlands International worked with partners Netherlands Red Cross, […]

News

Joining forces with Russia on the wise use of wetlands

We have signed a Memorandum of Understanding on conservation and wise use of wetlands with Russia's Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, building on decades of work, especially in peatlands.

News

Rufiji Delta: a hub for mangroves

A serene and tranquil atmosphere is what welcomes you to Nyamisati village, in Kibiti district, a town about 180kms from Dar es salaam one of […]

Publication

Mangrove Capital Africa – Rufiji Delta, Tanzania

Mangrove Capital Africa (MCA) Programme is a 10-year programme whose vision is: Mangroves and their biodiversity are healthy, improving the livelihoods of millions of people and protecting them against the dangers of climate change. MCA targets the coasts of East and West Africa. In East Africa the initial focus is on the Rufiji Delta in Tanzania.

News

Netherlands & Panama governments seek our help to further collaboration on water

Dutch Prime Minister and Panamanian President have met our CEO Jane Madgwick to explore how we can lead further benefits to Panama through engagement on water issues.