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Catchment Risk Assessments using Multi-Scale Data (CARISMA) –Ethiopia

Ethiopie

Titre : Catchment Risk Assessments using Multi-Scale Data (CARISMA) –Ethiopia

Pays/Région : Ethiopie

Durée March 1, 2017 - February 28, 2019

Descriptif
The Catchment Risk Assessments using Multi-Scale Data (CARISMA) is a 2 year project that will run from March 2017 to February 2019. The project is funded by the UK natural environment research council (NERC) Innovations call Water Risk Annex. CARISMA is directly related to two recent and ongoing projects in Ethiopia : AMGRAF (Adaptive Management of Groundwater in Africa), AMGRAF-WSRS (Water Security Risk Science). The objectives of CARISMA are the development of framework methodology for integration using modelling community-led hydrological monitoring with remote sensing information, to improve assessment of catchment water accounting, the development of a prototype water management toolkit by working closely with key stakeholders. The approach will be implemented in two river basins (one each in Ethiopia and Tanzania). IWMI is leads most of the activities for the Ethiopian case.

Financement : Department For International Development UK natural environment research council (NERC)

Présentation : IWMI

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