The International Hydropower Association (IHA), together with the World Bank hosted South Asia Water Initiative (SAWI), launched this Hydropower Sediment Management Knowledge Hub to promote strategies and case studies for effective sediment management.
The objective of this knowledge-building project is to help hydropower developers and researchers to implement and refine sediment management strategies based on real-life industry experiences and good practices.
This Sediment Management website will be updated on an ongoing basis, as more knowledge resources and case studies become available.
Learn more about IHA's sediment management work programme.
This project has been supported by the World Bank Group and ESMAP.
ESMAP is a partnership between the World Bank and 22 partners to help low- and middle-income countries reduce poverty and boost growth through sustainable energy solutions. ESMAP’s analytical and advisory services are fully integrated within theWorld Bank’s country financing and policy dialogue in the energy sector. Through theWorld Bank Group (WBG), ESMAP works to accelerate the energy transition required to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 7 (SDG7) to ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable, and modern energy for all. It helps to shape WBG strategies and programs to achieve the WBG Climate Change Action Plan targets.
We thank Pravin Karki, Senior Hydropower Specialist at WBG for his contribution and endorsement. We also very much appreciate the collaboration and the expertise of the consultants, George Annandale and Greg Morris.
We acknowledge the contribution of the following organisations that offered technical expertise and allowed information to be shared with the hydropower community.
In addition, we would like to thank the following individuals for their contributions: