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Improved agricultural water management in the Nile Basin: development of a knowledge base

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Poster by Rebelo, L.M. for: CPWF Nile Basin Focal Project Final Workshop, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, 9 December 2009.

Poster by Rebelo, L.M. for: CPWF Nile Basin Focal Project Final Workshop, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, 9 December 2009.

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  • 1. FU Berlin Improved Agricultural Water Management In the Nile Basin Development of a knowledge base Lisa‐Maria Rebelo 1 1 International Water Management Institute, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Participatory Impact Pathway Analysis conducted in consultation with stakeholders to identify the problems in the basin and ensure impact: Major drivers of water related poverty  identified and mapped Poor communications,  Better understanding of water  exchange of knowledge and  availability and access at varying  cooperation Lack of livelihood  options Effects of high  spatial and temporal scales population growth and  Limited data and information  density on land use  Better understanding of production  availability Lack of understanding  change and water systems, mechanisms for improving  of the water resource  productivity, and linkages to poverty  Lack of knowledge on  systems High level of  identified impacts of interventions poverty and  Poor water availability  degraded  Poor institutional  and access Overview of institutional  ecosystems Lack of appropriate policy arrangement arrangements and required changes  identified Lack of enabling environment Inadequate water  Low water productivity Alternative water related  development  Lack of financing interventions Problem interventions and their impacts  identified Network  map  constructed  to  show  the  evolving  relationships  between  Outcome mapping: project  implementing  organizations,  project  partners  and  the  ultimate  beneficiaries that are necessary to achieve the project goal: Line Color Key Node Color Key OUTCOME C: OUTCOME A: Scaling Out Regional Organization OUTCOME B: Research CGIAR An effective network is  Scaling Up NARES Improved and advanced  Well maintained and easily  developed and key  Multiplex GO collaborative research  accessible database is  institutions from riparian  Research Organization projects and programs. NBI,  housed under NBI platform  No Info countries which include  NELSAP, ENSAP, CG Centers  and collaborating  ministries, universities,  work together effectively not  institutions have access and  regional bodies such as NBI‐ only to deliver BFP results  improved data sharing  SVP, ENTRO,  share  but also to develop future  mechanisms knowledge and disseminate  research projects in the basin their results through the  networks Many datasets collated and various products derived: Flow station rainfall station Collection, organisation and dissemination of spatial datasets: Integrate with  Capture Nile databases Hand over to  Organise Spatial data NBI KEY Rivers Water bodies Poverty level (%) KEY <15 River Nile 15 - 25 Water bodies Share Bio-Physical risks 25 - 35 Store in IDIS Very low Low Medium High 35 - 45 45 - 55 >55 Very high 0 145 290 580 870 1,160 No data Kilometers 0 290 580 870 1,160 Kilometers For more information contact: l.rebelo@cgiar.org

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