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Annual Report 2014 Africa

The Annual Report 2014 of Wetlands International Africa summarises the projects and achievements of our Africa team during 2014. There is a French and English version.


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Gérer la richesse des zones humides du Mali pour les populations et la nature

Wetlands International existe au Mali depuis 1998, année au cours de laquelle elle a commencé un partenariat avec le Gouvernement du Mali afin d’aider à mieux gérer les ressources en eau du pays tant pour ses populations que sa nature. Ces premiers efforts visaient à explorer l’état des habitats naturels uniques du Mali, en particulier ses terres humides importantes au plan international, le Delta intérieur du Niger, et à partager largement ces conclusions et données.

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Managing Mali’s Wetland Wealth for People and Nature

Wetlands International has been in Mali since 1998. As we near the end of a second decade in the country, we want to highlight and celebrate what’s been achieved and learnt within our growing network of partners. This document reflects on projects past while also looking to the future. More important still, it is a call for partners, old and new, to join us in writing the next chapters of the story – partners with the necessary funds, creativity, vision, ambition and energy to carry this exciting work forward.

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Challenges to the integration of wetlands into IWRM: The case of the Inner Niger Delta (Mali) and the Lobau Floodplain (Austria)

The authors recognize that wetlands are poorly integrated in river basin management. Governments that endorsed the Ramsar Convention recognise the importance of the wetlands in Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) using the "critical path" approach but is not widely implemented.

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Storm Surge Reduction by Mangroves

Mangroves can reduce storm surge water levels by slowing the flow of water and reducing surface waves. Therefore mangroves can potentially play a role in coastal defence and disaster risk reduction, either alone or alongside other risk reduction measures such as early warning systems and engineered coastal defence structures (e.g. sea walls).

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