Improvement of water and sanitation infrastructure begins in Zambia

In October 2017, work began on refurbishing water and sanitation infrastructure in the town of Kazungula, Zambia. This project is a partnership between CRIDF, the Southern Water and Sewerage Company and the contractor PCI Africa. The Kazungula project is part of the 12 towns water supply and sanitation initiative. This initiative was prioritised in 2011…

Rehabilitation of small dams underway in Zimbabwe

In partnership with Interconsult Zimbabwe and the contractor Global Water Technology, CRIDF has financed work on rehabilitating small dams in eastern Limpopo, Zimbabwe. The project, which began last October, will maintain and improve five dams in the regions Matabeleland North and Matabeleland South. In so doing, it will secure a sustainable water supply for household…

CRIDF at 8th Southern African Development Community Multi-Stakeholder Water Dialogue

CRIDF recently participated in a series of stimulating presentations and discussions at the 8th Southern African Development Community (SADC) Multi-Stakeholder Water Dialogue. Water dialogues were first set up to raise awareness of how integrated water resources management can lead to social and economic development. The 8th event was hosted by SADC in Johannesburg, South Africa…

CRIDF at COP23: talking climate change and water management with major funders

  COP23: A key forum for CRIDF This November the CRIDF team attended the 23rd Conference of the Parties (COP23) in Bonn, Germany. Held under the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) – the COP meetings are an important part of the high level global movement to tackle global warming and its effects. Attending what…

CRIDF at World Water Week 2017

CRIDF is pleased to announce its attendance at the 27th annual SIWI World Water Week in Stockholm. World Water Week attracts a huge range of experts, decision makers and innovators tackling some of the most pressing global issues. In fact last year over 3,200 individuals and around 330 convening organisations from 130 countries attended the…