million direct beneficiaries through CIWA programs and mobilized investments
transboundary institutions strengthened to improve regional cooperation
investment opportunities with regional benefits influenced by projects in operation
PROMOTING COLLABORATION FOR HARNESSING LAKE CHAD’S POTENTIAL
Lake Chad is the fourth largest lake in Africa. This rich, tropical Lake with its related wetlands is shared by Cameroon, Chad, Niger, and Nigeria.
CIWA's 2020 Annual Report is now available!
Nile Basin countries urged to rethink investment in water resource management
22 February 2021
Ministers in charge of environment protection in Nile Basin Initiative member states have called for more investments in integrated water resources management in the region.Read more
The Southern African Development Community-Groundwater Management Institute (SADC-GMI), with support from Cooperation in International Waters in Africa (CIWA) Program and the Global Environment Facility (GEF), contributes toward the SDG 6: Clean Water and Sanitation for All by promoting the sustainable use of groundwater in the Southern Africa region.Know more
Water Security and Climate Change Conference
01-04 March 2021
Online event: the conference strives to go beyond science and build bridges between various disciplines and sectors as well as different groups of stakeholders.Know more
#CIWAprogram is contributing to the development of the Lake Chad region by supporting @lcbc_cblt to generate, share, & manage knowledge to facilitate cooperative development & management of international waters.Know more
ANNUAL REPORT FY2020
In FY20, CIWA expanded its portfolio in important regions while laying emphasis on cross cutting issues such as gender and social inclusion, climate resilience, and fragility, conflict, and violence (FCV). In this year's report, we share the status of our ongoing projects and provide a glimpse of our new and upcoming activities.
The FY20 report is now available in English and French.
Solar-Powered Water Supply System Changes Lives
Mozambique faces severe droughts and other effects of climate change. To build climate resilience and help alleviate poverty, CIWA and GEF support the SADC-GMI in providing sustainable water supply in the region.
Building Climate Resilience
CIWA is committed to build resilience in the Niger Basin region, recently marred with floods, to help communities plan better and respond to natural occurrences.