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"Contributing Towards a Water Secure South Asia"

South Asia is endowed with vast water resources, yet the struggles around water scarcity and unequal access are perpetual. Global processes of urbanization and climate change are further contributing to this profound water insecurity. This challenge demands a holistic and integrated approach. SaciWATERs aims to achieve water security in South Asia through a holistic pro-poor human development approach.

About us

SaciWATERs, the South Asia Consortium for Interdisciplinary Water Resources Studies, is a policy research institute based in Hyderabad, India. From its inception in 2001, it has focused on critical issues related to water resources management in south Asia. A key endeavour at SaciWATERs has been to enhance the dominant water resources management paradigm in the region with a consideration of all issues using a pro-poor human development approach. The emphasis is on the accumulation of new knowledge through a combination of research, capacity building, and advocacy. Accordingly, it partners with universities and academic institutions from across global north and south to fundamentally reshape water resources knowledge systems in south Asia.

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  • Open Letter - Inputs on the Draft EIA 2020 from SaciWATERs

  • Bihar flood with coming rains and continued COVID-19 pandemic

  • Arsenic poisoning and rice: Thorough washing, cooking in excess water may help cut exposure

  • India's Jal Jeevan Mission faces challenges of funding and infrastructure says water expert

  • New FDA limits on arsenic levels in infant rice cereals don't adequately protect children, critics say

  • Dr. Mansee Bal Bargava assumed Charge as Executive Director of Saci Waters on Monday, 20th,July,2020 at Hyderabad

  • COVID-19 and Cyclone Amphan: Betel vine farmers struck by double blow

  • Do Bihar migrants have the choice to not go back to cities?

  • 13th century wells, ponds point the way to water mgmt

  • Is urban India going underwater again?

  • Aquifer micro-mapping holds the key to water management

  • CSR: Water aunties are agents of change for water safety and female empowerment

  • Field work During COVID-19 and Floods: Experiences from Assam and Bihar

  • SaciWATERs invites you to join our Lecture Series (29th Sept-29th Oct 2020) on Interdisciplinary Field Research Methods AND Gender and Water under its South Asian Water (SAWA) Leadership Programme on CLIMATE CHANGE Please Register at: http://www.saciwaters.org/sawatot/ To receive the Zoom Link of the Series

  • Workshops on Arsenic Mitigation Technologies in Assam and Bihar

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    Inputs on the Draft EIA 2020 from SaciWATERs

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