Enhancing adaptive capacity to Climate Change impacts through well-managed water use for aquaculture integrated with small-scale irrigation in the Chinyanja Triangle, Africa

Published on 13 November 2010

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Start Date: 1 April 2010 | End Date: 31 March 2013


The main purpose of the project is to enhance the benefits of integrating aquaculture and small scale irrigation by reducing conflicts over water use and improving capacity for adapting to drought and flood occurrences that are expected to be more frequent in the face of climate change. IWMI, with help from NARS partners, will work on the components of regional water resources assessment and hydrological modeling for both current situations and the future trends as impacted by climate change.

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