• G-WADI's Climate Risk-Informed Decision Analysis (CRIDA) Publication now Available in Spanish

    Friday, January 15, 2021
    Climate Risk-Informed Decision Analysis (CRIDA) is a bottom-up water resources planning framework that helps us to make better informed decisions in water management under future uncertainty using robust, flexible approaches that can be institutionalized into consistent, replicable, and accessible outcomes. The five-step CRIDA methodology has been described in a 2018 UNESCO-ICIWaRM publication, which has been featured in a UNESCO open learning course, a webinar series, and various international workshops. Now this publication is available in Spanish. Titled Análisis de Decisiones Basadas en... Read More
  • G-WADI Provides Input to FRIEND Inter-Group Coordination Committee Meeting

    Monday, December 7, 2020
    The Intergovernmental Hydrological Programme is beginning the eighth and final year of its eighth phase (IHP-VIII; Water Security), and strategic planning is near completion for IHP-IX, which will cover the period 2022-2029. In conjunction with this transition period, the Inter-Group Coordination Committee of IHP’s FRIEND-Water (Flow Regimes from International Experimental and Network Data) initiative Meeting met on the 25th of November to evaluate their current activities and strategize over future ones. Other IHP initiatives, including G-WADI, were invited to intervene to identify synergies... Read More
  • G-WADI's Water Planning Methodology Sets the Pace as UNESCO’s First Open Learning Course

    Unesco Open Learning
    Monday, November 9, 2020
    CRIDA sets the pace as UNESCO’s first open learning course As announced in UNESCO’s News stream, on 2nd November 2020, the UNESCO Regional Office for Southern Africa launched an online course on the G-WADI developed Climate Risk Informed Decision Analysis (CRIDA) methodology. It was the first course on any topic hosted on the recently developed UNESCO open learning platform. The targeted participants/students come from government officials from the ministries of water, local authorities, engineers, academia and elsewhere.   In this self-paced online course, the participants are being introdu... Read More
  • G-WADI Joins Five UNESCO Category 2 Centers in Organizing Transboundary Cooperation Session at Cairo Water Week

    Sunday, October 25, 2020
    G-WADI and five UNESCO Category 2 Centers organized a session titled “Transboundary cooperation for improved data sharing, flood and drought mitigation, and river basin management” at the Third Cairo Water Week, held 18-22 October 2020. About 80 people participated virtually.  The principal organizer of the session was the International Centre for Water Cooperation (ICWC; Sweden). The other participating UNESCO-affiliated centers were the International Centre for Water Resources and Global Change (ICWRGC; Germany), the Institute for Water Education (IHE Delft; The Netherlands), the Internation... Read More

    Wednesday, September 30, 2020
    The second webinar in the series, “Climate-Resilient Water Management Approaches: Adaptation in an Age of Uncertainty”, was held on Thursday, 24 September and hosted by UNESCO. It was titled, “Incorporating Climate Risks into Decision Making through CRIDA: Perspectives from Zambia and Chile”. About 220 people participated.  UNESCO’s Division of Water Sciences, UNESCO category 2 center ICIWaRM, and the Alliance for Global Water Adaptation (AGWA) organized the series of webinars to introduce the technical and practical components of bottom-up approaches, spanning a range of topics and underscore... Read More