News and events related to ASSAR
Ritwika Basu, from IIHS, describes three days of games, fun and learning during a recent workshop on Experiential Learning.
Ahead of 2017's World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought, Daniel Morchain from Oxfam GB looks at the different types of power that drive the acceptance of knowledge.
In this June's Spotlight, we highlight some of the water-related challenges in Africa and India.
Abu Thelma Zulfawu looks at the Upper West Region of Ghana and how it is experiencing increasing climate variability.
How is water management prioritised across scales, and how is it affecting adaptation in the arid and semi-arid regions of Kenya and Ethiopia?
As part of Omagano Shooya's Masters Degree she conducted interviews in Namibia to understand how people access water, what the barriers are to accessing potable water, and if and how people participate in water governance.
In rural areas of Botswana changing agriculture practises caused by drought has led to issues of food security that has ultimately affected nutrition.
Ritwika Basu and Chandni Singh at the Indian Institute for Human Settlements find that water is often considered a scarce and costly resource.
Josh Newton discusses how integration and coordination of water-related activities in the UN system need to be improved.
A workshop on ‘Experiential Learning & Dialogue in an ASSAR context’ was held at the Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS), Bangalore from the 10th to the 12th of May.
Mark Tebboth from the University of East Anglia recounts his experiences running three Participatory Scenario Analysis (PSA) workshops in the drylands of northern Kenya.