The Government of Karnataka—with help from 2030 WRG—partnered with two leading drip-irrigation companies to connect these farmers to water supply and market opportunities, enabling them to improve their livelihoods
Mongolia is richly endowed with mineral resources. Some of the largest deposits of coal, copper, and gold are found in the South Gobi region. Suficient water is a prerequisite for Mongolia’s growing mining sector.
When Peru’s water services regulator, SUNASS, was drafting legislation to manage the country’s groundwater resources more sustainably, it approached the 2030 WRG for technical support.
Climate change, population growth, deforestation, growing numbers of livestock, and the expansion of cultivated land are increasing pressures on the water resources of Tanzania’s Pangani River Basin. A stakeholder-led catchment stewardship initiative launched by 2030 WRG is working to change that narrative.
Vietnam has 2,360 rivers with lengths of more than 10 kilometers, with an abundant supply of water. But a lack of infrastructure and nancial capacity to improve infrastructure means much of this water is not used.