Workshop hastens progress as Save River Basin project Phase 2 gains momentum

Workshop hastens progress as Save River Basin project Phase 2 gains momentum

The Save River Basin is one of three basins shared exclusively between Mozambique and Zimbabwe. In 2013, the two countries produced a Save River Basin Joint Integrated Water Resources Management Strategy, which lays out 20-year development priorities for the basin. Since 2015, CRIDF has been helping the countries implement some components of the strategy. The…

Talking ecosystems, infrastructure and people at World Water Week

Talking ecosystems, infrastructure and people at World Water Week

This year’s World Water Week once again brought more than 3,000 international water experts to Stockholm at the end of August, united under the theme of “Water, ecosystems and human development”. CRIDF took part throughout the week. CRIDF’s Caroline Brown, as a member of Stockholm International Water Institute’s Young Scientific Programme Committee, held responsibility for…

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…