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March 2018

IFS joins in marking World Water Day

On this World Water Day, IFS renews its commitment to finding scientific solutions for the various water challenges around the planet and to ensuring that the world never loses sight of the goal of ending global water crises. More than two billion people lack access to safe drinking water and more than double that number live in unsafe sanitary conditions. With our rapidly growing population, global demand for water is expected to increase by nearly one-third by 2050. In the face of accelerated consumption, increasing environmental degradation, and the multi-faceted impacts of climate change, we clearly need new ways to manage competing demands on our precious freshwater resources.

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IFS REACHES OUT TO YOUNG WOMEN RESEARCHERS IN LOW AND LOW-MIDDLE INCOME COUNTRIES

IFS is committed to promoting the participation and roles of women and girls in science, taking an approach that addresses the importance of gender-sensitive training and research. It aims to incorporate a gender perspective into research objectives, methodology, results and use, as well as a consideration of the gender impacts of research.

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