Engaging with stakeholders to create a vision for water management in the Limpopo River Basin

Engaging with stakeholders to create a vision for water management in the Limpopo River Basin

In November 2018, CRIDF worked with the Technical Task Team of the Limpopo Watercourse Commission (LIMCOM) to hold consultation workshops in the Limpopo River Basin. The LIMCOM workshops took place in the four countries covered by the Basin – Mozambique, South Africa, Zimbabwe and Botswana. The aim was to inform a regional vision for managing…

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…

Country by country: overviews of CRIDF action

CRIDF has produced a series of 11 Country Overviews to succinctly present the full scope of its engagement in projects within each Southern African Development Community country. Given the Facility’s numerous streams of activities across Southern Africa, many of which are transboundary initiatives spanning multiple countries, these briefs were created to make it easy for anyone…

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…