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Water Cooperation in the Horn of Africa: Addressing Drivers of Conflict and Strengthening Resilience

This joint SIPRI–CIWA report aims to help to fill this research gap by exploring the role of local-level cooperative initiatives in improving water resource challenges in the Horn of Africa. The report draws on three illustrative case studies of transboundary basins in cross-border regions: the Sio–Malaba–Malakishi Basin; the Dawa River and Aquifer; and the Bahr el Ghazal Basin and the Baggara Basin Aquifer. In doing so, it provides lessons learned from existing cooperative initiatives.

CIWA À 10 ANS

Depuis 10 ans, CIWA favorise la coopération sur les eaux transfrontalières, renforce la gestion des ressources en eau, contribue à la protection de la biodiversité, aide les pays en proie à des situations de conflit et de fragilité et encourage la résilience face au climat en Afrique subsaharienne. (Rapport disponible en anglais)

Rapport annuel 2021 de CIWA (en anglais)

Au milieu de la pandémie mondiale, le travail de CIWA pour assurer l'accès à l'eau pour soutenir les vies, accroître la paix et la prospérité et améliorer la résilience en Afrique subsaharienne est plus important que jamais.

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Engagement de la Banque mondiale dans les eaux transfrontalières en Afrique de l'Ouest : rétrospective et leçons tirées (en anglais)

Ce document examine l'engagement de la Banque mondiale dans les eaux transfrontalières en Afrique de l'Ouest (en particulier le bassin du Sénégal, le bassin du Niger, le bassin de la Volta et le bassin du lac Tchad) au cours des vingt dernières années et en tire des enseignements qui peuvent éclairer l'engagement futur dans la région et le secteur.

Profile de résilence à la sécheresse de la région SADC (en anglais)

Ce profil de résilience à la sécheresse pour la région SADC fournit un aperçu de la situation de la sécheresse dans chaque pays, telle qu'évaluée par l'approche d'organisation de SADRI, qui repose sur le cadre de gestion intégrée des risques de sécheresse : 1) systèmes de surveillance et d'alerte précoce ; 2) évaluation de la vulnérabilité et de l'impact ; et 3) atténuation, préparation et réponse. Ce Profil et les 16 autres consacrés à l'Île Maurice, Madagascar, les Seychelles, Malawi, les Comores, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Tanzanie, Zambie, RDC, Angola, Botswana, Afrique du Sud, Lesotho, Namibie et Eswatini sont destinés à établir une base de référence et à servir d'amorce de conversation pour savoir où et comment passer d'une gestion réactive à une gestion proactive de la sécheresse.

L'histoire du Nil : 15 ans de coopération sur le Nil – Avoir un impact

L'histoire du Nil est l'un des immenses défis et des réalisations remarquables pour le développement économique de la région. Elle commence en 1999, lorsque les ministres en charge des affaires de l'eau dans les pays du Nil ont convenu de former la Nile Basin Initiative (NBI). Entre 2003 et 2015, le Nile Basin Trust Fund (NBTF) a soutenu et coordonné le travail coopératif dans la région, qui a été réalisé principalement par le biais du NBI. Ce livre, commandé par la Banque mondiale sur la fermeture de la NBTF, présente quelques aperçus de cette histoire de 15 ans, du rôle de la NBI et de la manière dont ses nombreuses réalisations ont été réalisées en cours de route.

Drought Resilience Profile, Mauritius

This Drought Resilience Profile for Mauritius provides a snapshot of the drought situation in each country, as evaluated through SADRI’s organizing approach, which is predicated upon the integrated drought risk management framework: 1) monitoring and early warning systems; 2) vulnerability and impact assessment; and 3) mitigation, preparedness, and response. This Profile and the 15 other ones dedicated to Madagascar, Seychelles, Malawi, the Comores, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Tanzania, Zambia, DRC, Angola, Botswana, South Africa, Lesotho, Namibia and Eswatini are meant to establish a baseline and to serve as a conversation starter for where and how to move from reactive to proactive drought management.

Drought Resilience Profile, Malawi

This Drought Resilience Profile for Malawi provides a snapshot of the drought situation in each country, as evaluated through SADRI’s organizing approach, which is predicated upon the integrated drought risk management framework: 1) monitoring and early warning systems; 2) vulnerability and impact assessment; and 3) mitigation, preparedness, and response. This Profile and the 15 other ones dedicated to Madagascar, Seychelles, the Comores, Mauritius, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Tanzania, Zambia, DRC, Angola, Botswana, South Africa, Lesotho, Namibia and Eswatini are meant to establish a baseline and to serve as a conversation starter for where and how to move from reactive to proactive drought management.

Drought Resilience Profile, Seychelles

This Drought Resilience Profile for Seychelles provides a snapshot of the drought situation in each country, as evaluated through SADRI’s organizing approach, which is predicated upon the integrated drought risk management framework: 1) monitoring and early warning systems; 2) vulnerability and impact assessment; and 3) mitigation, preparedness, and response. This Profile and the 15 other ones dedicated to Madagascar, the Comores, Malawi, Mauritius, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Tanzania, Zambia, DRC, Angola, Botswana, South Africa, Lesotho, Namibia and Eswatini are meant to establish a baseline and to serve as a conversation starter for where and how to move from reactive to proactive drought management.

Drought Resilience Profile, Madagascar

This Drought Resilience Profile for Madagascar provides a snapshot of the drought situation in each country, as evaluated through SADRI’s organizing approach, which is predicated upon the integrated drought risk management framework: 1) monitoring and early warning systems; 2) vulnerability and impact assessment; and 3) mitigation, preparedness, and response. This Profile and the 15 other ones dedicated to the Comores, Seychelles, Malawi, Mauritius, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Tanzania, Zambia, DRC, Angola, Botswana, South Africa, Lesotho, Namibia and Eswatini are meant to establish a baseline and to serve as a conversation starter for where and how to move from reactive to proactive drought management.

Drought Resilience Profile, Comores

This Drought Resilience Profile for Comores provides a snapshot of the drought situation in each country, as evaluated through SADRI’s organizing approach, which is predicated upon the integrated drought risk management framework: 1) monitoring and early warning systems; 2) vulnerability and impact assessment; and 3) mitigation, preparedness, and response. This Profile and the 15 other ones dedicated to Madagascar, Seychelles, Malawi, Mauritius, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Tanzania, Zambia, DRC, Angola, Botswana, South Africa, Lesotho, Namibia and Eswatini are meant to establish a baseline and to serve as a conversation starter for where and how to move from reactive to proactive drought management.

Le Bulletin trimestriel de CIWA, Juin 2021 (en anglais)

Ce Bulletin CIWA couvre les dernières nouvelles et les événements concernant CIWA et la coopération transfrontalière en Afrique pour le deuxième trimestre 2021.

Drought Resilience Profile, Zimbabwe

This Drought Resilience Profile for Zimbabwe provides a snapshot of the drought situation in each country, as evaluated through SADRI’s organizing approach, which is predicated upon the integrated drought risk management framework: 1) monitoring and early warning systems; 2) vulnerability and impact assessment; and 3) mitigation, preparedness, and response. This Profile and the 10 other ones dedicated to Mozambique, Tanzania, Zambia, DRC, Angola, Botswana, South Africa, Lesotho, Namibia and Eswatini are meant to establish a baseline and to serve as a conversation starter for where and how to move from reactive to proactive drought management.

Drought Resilience Profile, Tanzania

This Drought Resilience Profile for Tanzania provides a snapshot of the drought situation in each country, as evaluated through SADRI’s organizing approach, which is predicated upon the integrated drought risk management framework: 1) monitoring and early warning systems; 2) vulnerability and impact assessment; and 3) mitigation, preparedness, and response. This Profile and the 10 other ones dedicated to Mozambique, DRC, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Angola, Botswana, South Africa, Lesotho, Namibia and Eswatini are meant to establish a baseline and to serve as a conversation starter for where and how to move from reactive to proactive drought management.

Drought Resilience Profile, Zambia

This Drought Resilience Profile for Zambia provides a snapshot of the drought situation in each country, as evaluated through SADRI’s organizing approach, which is predicated upon the integrated drought risk management framework: 1) monitoring and early warning systems; 2) vulnerability and impact assessment; and 3) mitigation, preparedness, and response. This Profile and the 10 other ones dedicated to Mozambique, Tanzania, DRC, Zimbabwe, Angola, Botswana, South Africa, Lesotho, Namibia and Eswatini are meant to establish a baseline and to serve as a conversation starter for where and how to move from reactive to proactive drought management.

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