Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) is a means of addressing water problems driven by competing water demands for scarce and variable water resources. The approach has been used successfully in fragile contexts to manage risk and promote development. During 2018 ICED undertook a review of successful IWRM approaches in Sudan, extracting lessons learnt on how IWRM can be used to manage conflict and climate risk, and support the transition from humanitarian response to developmental intervention. The study produced a series of guidelines, 5 case studies, and a summary guide on the importance of IWRM all of which can be accessed via the ICED website.