This book is based on research conducted since 2010, funded by the Ecosystem Services for Poverty Alleviation (ESPA) interdisciplinary research programme as the ESPA Deltas project.LEARN MORE
Bangladesh is predominantly a floodplain country where water is key to socio-economic development and sustainability of the eco-system. Flood, drought, cyclone, river erosion, siltation, and water scarcity in dry season have made water management a challenging task. The gradual degradation of the environment due to human interventions is adding further complexities to water management. To address these issues, the Institute of Flood Control and Drainage Research was established in 1974 and later renamed as the Institute of Water and Flood Management (IWFM) in 2002.
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