GRIPP built a Groundwater Based Natural Infrastructure (GBNI) platform featured at the Stockholm World Water Week.
Here, an Underground Taming of Floods for Irrigation (UTFI) pilot facility during the wet season in Uttar Pradesh.
GRIPP participated in "Groundwater Thursday" at the 7th Africa Water Week in Libreville, Gabon.
GRIPP partnered with ICE WaRM to host a groundwater webinar series:
On the ground, GRIPP worked in 2018 to:
Conjunctive transboundary water resources management in the Shire River Basin (Shire ConWat) in the Southern African Development Community (SADC), through transboundary cooperation on shared critical water resources.
Shared management of the Tuli Karoo Aquifer, along an often dry Limpopo River and at the crossroads between Botswana, South Africa and Zimbabwe
Support to institutional anchoring of the management of the Ramotswa aquifer in a joint mechanism between Botswana and South Africa
1. UTFI pilot facility during the wet season in Uttar Pradesh (photo: P. Vishwanathan) 2. Kitchinme Bawa Gotau, AMCOW Representative (photo: Matilda Quaicoe) 3. SADC conference picture photo credit? 4. credit: MARVI 5. West Bengal farmers look on as their pump spews groundwater (photo: Fraser Sugden) 6. Mozambique nationals traversing the Shire River. Water hyacinth, seen in the background, is a particular transboundary environmental issue of concern (photo: Thokozani Dlamini). 7. Woman working in her field in Koiladi, Nepal (photo: Patrick Drown) 8. An abandoned rope and washer water pump in Robit, Bahirdar area. The locals say that this equipment is no longer functional because the ground water level is too far than originally anticipated. (Photo: Maheder Haileselassie)