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CIWA Bulletin June 2021

This CIWA Bulletin covers the latest news and events on CIWA and the transboundary cooperation in Africa for the second trimester 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.

Drought Resilience Profile, Mozambique

This Drought Resilience Profile for Mozambique 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 DRC, Tanzania, 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, DRC

This Drought Resilience Profile for DRC 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, 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, Angola

This Drought Resilience Profile for Angola 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, Zimbabwe, DRC, 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, Botswana

This Drought Resilience Profile for Botswana 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 DRC, Angola, Mozambique, Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe, 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, Eswatini

This Drought Resilience Profile for Eswatini 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 DRC, Angola, Mozambique, Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia and South Africa 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, Lesotho

This Drought Resilience Profile for Lesotho 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 DRC, Angola, Mozambique, Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, South Africa, 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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