An understanding of likely future climate is critical to river basin planning and management in South Asia. This is vital as climate change will impact water and related sectors.
CSIRO research and project delivery in developing nations is aiming to help address gender inequality through the key areas of agriculture, water management, natural resource management, climate change, health, nutrition and education.
We are working with Pakistan to implement Australian water resource management technologies and build local capacity in integrated water resource management and impact assessment.
Researchers and policy makers from Bangladesh and Australia are working to understand the sustainable level of water use, particularly groundwater use, for irrigation in the northwest region of Bangladesh.
Nepal’s plentiful water resources require careful management to ensure equitable use across the many competing demands of water users. These include social, economic and environmental needs. As Nepal progresses on a water reform journey, CSIRO through the Sustainable Development Investment Portfolio (SDIP) is working with the people and Government of Nepal to support the development […]
Strengthening Water Resources Management in Afghanistan (SWaRMA) Through its national strategic policy framework for the water sector, Afghanistan has adopted a river basin approach to managing its water resources. Background The river basins of Afghanistan provide valuable ecosystem services that sustain the lives and livelihoods of about 36 million people. These basins play a key […]