By Bekhzod Kozakov
A research fellowship is available at Tübingen University from September 2015 to examine the cultural history of water in Central Asia. As an inter-disciplinary research group, we set out to trace people’s changing attitudes to water in this landlocked region.
The Women and Water in Central and South Asia Project needs to raise $20,000 to fund 20 women and their innovative solutions for community-level water management.
By Rashid Gabdulhakov
To celebrate the completion of the International Water for Life Decade (2005-2015), the United Nations organized an exhibition and selected our photo to display!
February 4, 2014 Conference
By Marlene Laruelle, Ariana Rabindranath, and Julia Collins