IWMIInternational Water Management Institute (Sri Lanka)
IWMIInferior Wall Myocardial Infarction
IWMIImage World Media, Inc. (Singapore)
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IWMI, while recognizing the importance of addressing water scarcity in wealthier nations, focuses greater attention on water deficits in the developing world, pushing for greater efficiency in rain-fed agriculture as a cost-effective way to conserve water, produce more food, and reduce poverty.
Similarly, in patients with acute IWMI, 81.40% had hypokinesia and 6.98% had akinesia as RWMA.
[2] GWP, "Climate change, food, and water security: identifying critical issues and exploring cooperative strategies in an age of increased risk and uncertainty for South Asia," in A Global Water Partnership (GWP) and International Water Management Institute (IWMI) Workshop, Colombo, Sri Lanka, 2011.
With at least 55 percent of India's grain production now coming from irrigated lands, IWMI speculates that aquifer depletion could reduce India's harvest by one-fourth.
Finally, Group 1 (IWMI with RVMI) consisted of 137 patients and Group 2 (IWMI without RVMI) consisted of 155 patients, and these 292 patients underwent clinical evaluation, investigations including EKG & Echocardiography.
He said that they had completed projects on water management with international institutes such as IWMI, ICARDA, and USAID.
Grijalba remained fourth and Crawford lay fifth, each of them two minutes behind Whitehouse in the four-day race backed by Petron, UPS, Philippine Airlines, Advanced Solutions Inc., Cargohaus Inc., CCN Sports Philippines, IWMI, NMM Customs Broker, Phenom Sportswear, UFL Philippines and WARM.
He has worked for various national and international organizations such as On Farm Water Management Punjab, International Water Management Institute (IWMI), International Centre for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA) etc.
A nationwide survey conducted by International Water Management Institute (IWMI), Lahore, shows that 32500 acres of land are irrigated with untreated wastewater and about 26 per cent of vegetables are produced by irrigating with this contaminated wastewater.