Conjunctive Transboundary Water Resources Management in the Shire River Basin (Shire ConWat) Project Joint Stakeholder Session
The International Water Management Institute (IWMI) in collaboration with the University of Strathclyde, Scotland, the Department of Water Resources, Malawi, and the National Directorate of Water Resources Management, Mozambique, is implementing the Conjunctive Transboundary Water Resources Management in the Shire River-Aquifer System project on behalf of the SADC-Groundwater Management Institute (SADC-GMI) .The project is part of the World Bank funded project entitled “Sustainable Groundwater Management in SADC Member States”.
SADC-GMI in collaboration with IGRAC and IGS facilitates the Young Professionals Training on Groundwater Data Collection and Management
SADC-GMIin collaboration with the International Groundwater Resources Assessment Centre (IGRAC)and Institute for Groundwater Studies (IGS) hosted and facilitated the Young Professionals Training/Workshop from 29 – 31 of May 2018, at the University of the Free State, Bloemfontein, South Africa.
Nzame Primary School’s need for a borehole was identified by Gr. Modreck Gomo of the IGS through the IGS’ collaboration with the Central University of technology(CUT) also in Bloemfontein.
Groundwater has become the principal source of water for many in rural communities and urban areas, as the result, groundwater development has increased and borehole drilling has grown exponentially in recent years. However,
“The Southern African Development Community Groundwater Management Institute (SADC-GMI) on Monday held an Awareness, Knowledge Management and Communication Strategy Stakeholder Engagement workshop in Johannesburg, South Africa.” Read the full article and listen to the podcast on Channel Africa News. Read Full Article