Monitoring and early alerts for the
Pilcomayo River save resources and lives.

Stakeholders include indigenous and criollo communities located along the river, Fundación para la Gestión e Investigación Regional (FUNGIR), and government agencies with jurisdiction over the watershed – Ejecutiva de la Comisión Trinacional de la Cuenca del Río Pilcomayo, Comisión Regional del Río Bermejo (COREBE-Argentina), Comisión Nacional del Río Pilcomayo – and that provide meteorological data – Servicio Nacional de Meteorología e Hidrología (SENAMHI-Bolivia), Dirección de Meteorología e Hidrología (DINAC-DMH-Paraguay), Servicio Meteorológico (SMN-Argentina), Instituto Nacional de Tecnología Agropecuaria (INTA-Argentina).

Indigenous and criollo communities located along the Pilcomayo River carry out resilient means of livelihood in harmony with the river.

Participatory and tri-national management of the watershed facilitates proper administration, conflict resolution, crisis management, and project execution.

Collaborative monitoring system involving governments and local populations.
Technology for intelligent climate management.
Climate-resilient business models.

In January and February 2018, the early alert system for the Pilcomayo River warned riverside communities of imminent flooding and reduced the loss of human life and resources.