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Theater for Inner Delta

Wetlands International Mali produced a theatre play with popular comedians to raise awareness about sustainable management of resources in the Inner Niger River Delta, particularly […]

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Bio-rights in the Mali Inner Niger Delta, Part 1

In the Inner Niger Delta of Mali, through the ” What If We Change” project, Wetlands International is undertaking a Bio-rights approach. We use micro-credits […]

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Building with nature for coastal resilience

This leaflet explains the concept of hybrid engineering as it relates to mangrove coasts. It provides a rationale for moving away from over-reliance on hard […]

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Mali Akka forest restoration story

One of the greatest successes in the field of ecosystem restoration is the Akka-Goun forest in Mali. This ecosystem which had been totally destroyed by […]

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Defining Eco-Morphodynamic Requirements for Rehabilitating Eroding Mangrove-Mud Coasts

This paper present an eco-morphodynamic analysis on causes of erosion along degraded mangrove-mud coasts, and the causes of failure to rehabilitate these coasts. The analyses are based […]

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Integrating ecosystems in resilience practice: Criteria for Ecosystem-Smart Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation

The integration of ecosystems and natural resource management in disaster risk reduction (DRR) has been largely overlooked to date. This document introduces a set of […]

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Putting community resilience into practice

At the halfway point in implementation of the Partners for Resilience programme (PfR), a wealth of initial successes and lessons learnt have been identified. Based […]

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Atlas du Bassin du Niger / Niger Basin Atlas

This Atlas of the Niger River Basin, published with the technical support of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), is intended to better know the importance […]

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Climate change and Wetlands leaflet

Leaflet of 2 pages, explaining the relevance of wetlands for climate change mitigation and adaptation.