Stockholm International Water Institute in Africa
The Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) has opened its first regional centre in Pretoria, South Africa.

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Water Harvesting Technologies Revisited: Potentials for Innovations, Improvements and Upscaling in Sub-Saharan Africa (WHaTer)

 
The WHaTeR project aims to contribute to the development of appropriate water harvesting techniques (WHTs). These WHTs should be sustainable under dynamic global and regional pressure, and strengthen rainfed agriculture, improve rural livelihood and increase food production and security in Sub-Saharan Africa.

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The 9th Brazilian Rainwater Catchment and Management Symposium
Feira de Santana Bahia State, Brazil
on 2014-08-12

16th SearNet International Conference Postponed
New dates and venue will be announced soon.
on 2014-11-00

World Water Week
Stockholm, Sweden
on 2014-08-31

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Mapping the Potential of Rainwater Harvesting Technologies in Africa
Africa lack adequate scientifically verifiable geo-spatial i . . .

Urban Rainwater Harvesting Handbook
The production of the Urban Rainwater Harvesting Handbook wa . . .

Impacts of Rainwater Harvesting
The new publication, Impacts of Rainwater Harvesting: A case . . .

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