DIWA Meets International Water Management Institute (IWMI)

In preparation for our forthcoming data collection phase, which is integral to our ongoing evaluation of water access and its socio-economic implications in Northern Ghana, we were privileged to engage with a distinguished team, Giulia Zane and Sarah Appiah from the International Water Management Institute (IWMI).


The primary objective of our meeting was to explore potential synergies and collaborative ventures aimed at bolstering the monitoring capabilities of dams established under the One Village, One Dam initiative. Through detailed deliberations, we delved into the intricacies of leveraging advanced satellite imagery technologies for real-time monitoring and surveillance of the dams constructed under the One Village, One Dam initiative.

Additionally, our discussions extended to identifying prospective opportunities for conducting future research studies that could yield valuable insights into the dynamics of water resource management and agricultural practices within the region.

We are genuinely excited about the prospects that this collaborative partnership with IWMI presents. It signifies a significant step forward in our collective efforts to advance knowledge, foster sustainable development, and effect positive change in the communities of Northern Ghana.

We remain committed to providing regular updates on the progress of our collaboration and the transformative impact it is poised to have on the region.



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