SADC-GMI Completes the Groundwater Monitoring Project in the Greater Harare, Zimbabwe Area

SADC-GMI Completes the Groundwater Monitoring Project in the Greater Harare, Zimbabwe Area – 600 families benefit from three production boreholes Figure 1 – Southlands community fetching water at the newly installed production borehole. Groundwater is a finite resource. Greater Harare in Zimbabwe is highly dependent on groundwater with 28 000 registered boreholes and approximately 80%…

New Solar panels for the new project in Whunga

Rehabilitation of Dite and Whunga Community Water Supply Projects

Featured Image: New Solar Panels for the new project in Whunga As part of the Sustainable Groundwater Management in SADC Member States project funded by the World Bank,  SADC-GMI was mandated to use some of the funds to undertake a follow-up study of the seven pilot interventions in the Limpopo River Basin implemented under the…

SADC-GMI Supports Implementation of Pilot Groundwater Projects in Zambia and Zimbabwe

The (SADC-GMI) is implementing the Sustainable Groundwater Management in SADC Member States project with support from the World Bank. Through this project, SADC-GMI availed a grant to the Government of Zambia for the implementation of the “Groundwater Mapping and Development in Chongwe District” pilot project in the Chongwe District located 125 Km in the East of…