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SADC Water Sector ICP Collaboration Portal

The SADC Water Sector, with the assistance of Germany through GIZ, has set in motion a confluence of information flow, to support the coordination of present and future joint water projects and initiatives and efforts to create streamlined, transparent communication and cooperation between SADC member states and their 'International Cooperating Partners' (ICPs).

This web-based platform has been developed to encourage knowledge-sharing and networking amongst the ICP’s. It is hoped that channeling collective information into a common pool of knowledge and open dialogue will open the flood gates to a future of collaboration and confluence for the SADC region.

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The confluence of the Zambezi and Kwando Rivers. Source - NASA

SADC Water News

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Friday, March 27, 2015 - 13:06
IUCN is involved in a session on Scaling-up Impact and Collective Action to Manage and Restore Ecosystems for Water Services and biodiversity at the 7th World Water Forum.

Consultant Presents Draft MTR Report with far reaching implication to KCDP

Friday, March 27, 2015 - 12:45
Following an extensive midterm review conducted on KCDP performance by the Development Impact Consulting (DIC) firm in February 2015, the draft report of its findings was presented to the Technical Committee of KCDP in a meeting held at KMFRI on 20th March 2015. The Technical Committee comprises of the Directors incharge of the KCDP partner Institutions. The meeting was also attended by the Project Coordinator, Component Managers and Senior staff from partner institutions directly responsible for KCDP activities.

World leaders reaffirm commitment to reducing illegal wildlife trade

Friday, March 27, 2015 - 02:00
Heads of state, ministers and high-level representatives of over 30 countries and Regional Economic Integration Organisations have adopted the Kasane Statement to reaffirm their commitment to ending the illegal wildlife trade. The statement was adopted at the Kasane Conference on Illegal Wildlife Trade, held on 25 March in Botswana and organised by the Government of Botswana with the support of the UK government.