A renewed plan for Eastern and Southern African regulators

A renewed plan for Eastern and Southern African regulators

The Eastern and Southern Africa Water and Sanitation Regulators Association (ESAWAS) is a network of regulators from the Southern African Development Community, as well as Burundi, Kenya and Rwanda, who work together to improve the effectiveness of water services regulation in the region. This October, CRIDF hosted a high level delegation from the Association in…

Presenting at COP24: Transboundary actions to address climate change

Presenting at COP24: Transboundary actions to address climate change

The latest United Nations conference on climate change, COP24, brought together people from 190 counties in Katowice, Poland this December. CRIDF’s water resource management expert Jonathan Barnes was among these delegates, participating in the session ‘Supporting transboundary actions to address climate change’. This session was organised by the African Development Bank and the United Nations…

Perspectives on mainstreaming climate resilience into water infrastructure

Perspectives on mainstreaming climate resilience into water infrastructure

Southern Africa is facing a large number of climate risks as a result of increased extreme weather events, which in combination with low levels of adaptive capacity, makes this part of the continent highly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. An example of this are the impacts from the 2015 drought, which resulted in…