Drying waterways leave a parched Nepal struggling for water
Wells, streams and ponds are drying in Nepal, forcing families to travel ever further for water - or consider leaving home permanently
Huge dam to shore up Kenya's urban water – but may threaten Maasai Mara
What happens when securing water for one community threatens to reduce access in others?
Latin America needs to climate proof infrastructure - World Bank
"We need to figure out what future you have to prepare for"
As farmers pump more groundwater for crops, food prices risk surge
Countries such as Pakistan, Iran and India, which use the most groundwater to grow food, are already suffering from water scarcity
Collective action is needed to revive dying "lifeline" springs in Nepal
The Dailekh community shows how drying springs might be protected in water-short Nepal
Somaliland drought "a kind of nightmare" – and a security threat: minister
The loss of Somaliland's livestock - the basis of its economy - to drought could worsen security threats in the Horn of Africa, the environment minister warns
Rains raise harvest hopes in Zimbabwe – but pest brings "misery"
Drought-hit farmers are hoping for their first bumper harvest in years, but army worm pests and floods are lowering expectations
Slashing aid puts America's present - and future - interests at risk
Cutting support for family planning, poverty reduction and food aid can push more young people into the hands of extremists
FEATURE-Water-saving tech, veg gardens grow hope in Myanmar's Dry Zone
In parched lands, families grow food in gardens using drip irrigation, hydroponics and soil moisture sensors to cut down on over-irrigation and save water
Somalia says 110 dead in last 48 hours due to drought
"It is a difficult situation for the pastoralists and their livestock. Some people have been hit by famine and diarrhoea at the same time."