A Basin-Wide Approach to Building Resilient Livelihoods

Transboundary river basins in Southern Africa face a range of social, environmental, climatic and political challenges, all of which impact the resilience of people, ecosystems and economies. A significant proportion of the population’s livelihoods are highly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change, which drives the unsustainable use of natural resources and threatens the integrity of river basin systems. In response to this challenge, CRIDF has worked with river basin organisations to apply a scientifically robust, stakeholder-driven process for identifying, prioritising and mobilising finance for portfolios of livelihood projects. This postcard outlines CRIDF’s process working with ZAMCOM in the Zambezi Basin.

Full title: A Basin-Wide Approach to Building Resilient Livelihoods
Basin: Zambezi
Document type: Leaflet, Postcard
Date produced: 2019
Produced by: CRIDF
CRIDF phase: CRIDF Phase 2
Length: 2 pages
File size: 1.6 MB
File type: PDF

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