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Mekong’s women and water

Can Tho is the heart of Vietnam’s Mekong delta. Researcher Ly Quoc Dang crisscrossed the city to see how women cope with water challenges.

Beira is working on reconstruction, with Dutch help

Mozambique’s port city of Beira was badly hit by Cyclone Idai two months ago. How are the residents recovering their city?

Podcast: Henk Ovink about Water as Leverage

We talked with Dutch Water Envoy Henk Ovink about water as leverage for making cities resilient, the need to collaborate and the power of storytelling.

To Dutch water and food experts: be a servant leader, not a...

Prime Minister Mark Rutte is on a trade mission to Vietnam. Joep Janssen and Ad Spijkers, both active in Vietnam, make a plea for servant leadership.

Pakistan’s Indus river delta has almost died, this journalist warns

Climate change is an everyday reality for Pakistani citizens. In conversation with Amar Guriro about water scarcity, climate-resilient solutions and the power of journalism.

‘Respect the thin line between humans and nature’

What threats do coastal communities face? Watch Sinking Sundarbans, a one-minute movie about the mangrove forests in India.

Life in the Sundarbans: This is what resilience looks like

Mangroves around the world are shrinking due to industrial development and climate change. Our correspondent Supratim went to the Sundarbans in India to show what happens as mangrove forests disappears.

‘Critically important’: Henk Ovink campaigns for ‘Me and Mekong’

This unique, interactive documentary follows five citizens who work towards a better future for Vietnam’s Mekong delta. Nextblue will show climate change and living with water through the eyes of local people.

900km Nile City

Climate change is threatening the Nile delta in Egypt, resulting in increased droughts, poor water quality and other challenges. How to solve these pressing water issues?