Posted in : Podcast on 5 June 2022
Listen to CIWA’s Senior Water Management Specialist, Aleix Capdevilla, to know more on this region of Southern Africa and discover how CIWA is supporting the transboundary water cooperation in Cubango/Okavango River Basin and to better understand the importance of preservation and conservation in that region.
Posted in : Blog on 22 March 2022
In light of World Water Day (March 22), James Sauramba, Executive Director of the Southern Africa Development Community-Groundwater Management Institute (SADC-GMI), turns our attention to the important of groundwater.
Posted in : Latest on 21 March 2022
In Botswana, a total of 7094 community members benefited from the community gardening project. The water supply and community gardens that were rehabilitated as part of the project drastically improved their water and food security.
Posted in : Podcast on 26 October 2021
Sarah Moyer, Senior Environmental Specialist, summarizes how the World Bank and CIWA are exploring ways to align transboundary water cooperation efforts with freshwater biodiversity protection.
On Desertification and Drought Day, Bringing Integrated Drought Risk Management to the Forefront in Southern Africa
Posted in : Blog on 16 June 2021
On Desertification and Drought Day (June 17), we focus on one of climate change’s most subtle and deadly manifestations: droughts.
Posted in : Latest on 20 May 2021
For Biodiversity Day (May 22), we spotlight Transfrontier Conservation Areas (TFCAs) and their work to support the management of transboundary waters and protect biodiversity.
Posted in : Podcast on 19 March 2021
Reginalda Joseph, Hydrogeologist, Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Land Reform, Namibia shares her journey as a woman in the water sector and explains how women can break the barriers.
Posted in : Blog on 10 March 2021
Reginalda Joseph, an alumna of the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC)- Groundwater Management Institute (GMI) ‘s Young Professional (YP) program.
Posted in : Videos on 26 December 2020
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.
Posted in : Blog on 9 December 2020
If used sustainably, groundwater could provide potable water to the estimated 40% of SADC inhabitants that currently lack access to safe drinking water and sanitation services.