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Transboundary Water Management made easier using the TWIGA platform

Currently, only around 58% of Africans have access to safe drinking water. More than 90% of African fresh water is contained within 63 internationally shared basins. The current fresh water distribution in Africa is expected to change rapidly due to climatic- and socio-economic drivers (IPCC, 2014).

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The power of the TWIGA partnership

Within the TWIGA project a broad variety of partners from Europa and Africa are involved. The TWIGA team has applied the award winning HydroNET partnership model where the strength of each partner in the information chain can be optimally used.

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Coronavirus: HydroLogic colleagues are available, working from home

Dear customers and partners,

Despite the corona crisis the HydroLogic teams are available, working on projects and ensuring availability of our services from home. Our office and colleagues can be reached via the general phone number: +31 33 4753535 and as usual via e-mail and mobile phone. We are using Skype and Teams as an alternative to face-to-face meetings.

Effective Transnational Catchment Management

Catchment management is usually the responsibility of a governmental organization such as a Catchment Management Agency in South Africa or a Water Board in the Netherlands. However, catchment boundaries are not always situated within a political region.

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From Rain4Africa project to AgriCloud service

The 1st of June 2015 the Rain4Africa dream started: 8 partners were targeted to reach more than 125.000 small scale South African farmers with the best available weather and climate services, to increase their food production and reduce weather and climate related risks.

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Successful second RECONECT project meeting

From 8th to 10th of May 2019 the second RECONECT General Assembly took place in Zwolle, the Netherlands. The objective of this research and innovation project is to show how Nature Based Solutions (NBS) help to decrease the use of traditional ‘grey infrastructure’ and become cleaner, environmentally friendlier, greener and still provide a safe place for people to live. Read more >

GROW Observatory wins European award

The GROW Observatory, a citizen science project, which has engaged green-fingered volunteers from across Europe to profile the continent’s ground conditions, was awarded the Land and Soil Management Award at the Forum for the Future of Agriculture’s (FFA) gala dinner in Brussels on Tuesday night 9 April 2019. Read more >