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The first transboundary transfer of water occurred in the Southern African region in January 1998, between Lesotho and South Africa. Mikiyasu Nakayama was involved in the establishment of a basinwide management scheme for the Zambezi river system

The first transboundary transfer of water occurred in the Southern African region in January 1998, between Lesotho and South Africa. Mikiyasu Nakayama was involved in the establishment of a basinwide management scheme for the Zambezi river system. Political complexities led to many difficulties in the development of the action plan. In the region's new political setting, all countries can now participate in discussions on an equal footing. This change may be interpreted as an opportunity for greater participation or as the dangerous empowerment of self-interest

For the past two decades, Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) has been the dominant paradigm in water . IWRM has been incorporated into water laws, reforms and policies of southern African nations.

For the past two decades, Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) has been the dominant paradigm in water resources. This book explores how ideas of IWRM are being translated and adapted in Mozambique, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda and Zimbabwe. This article introduces the special issue 'Flows and Practices: The Politics of IWRM in southern.

The management of Jamaica's freshwater resources is primarily the domain and responsibility of the National Water Commission (NWC)

The management of Jamaica's freshwater resources is primarily the domain and responsibility of the National Water Commission (NWC). Where possible efficiencies have been identified, the NWC has outsourced various operations to the private sector.

Water Resources Management and Policy. English Mikiyasu Nakayama is professor of the Institute of Environmental Studies a. .

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For the past two decades, Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) has been the dominant paradigm in.This book explores how ideas of IWRM are being translated and adapted in Mozambique, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda and Zimbabwe

For the past two decades, Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) has been the dominant paradigm in water resources  . While a new cadre of professionals made IWRM their mission, we show that poor women and men may not have always benefitted.

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Water Resources Management in West Africa - (ECOWAS) – West Africa countries are motivated to support an integrated water resources management approach to water governance and joint management. The Economic Community of West African States’ (ECOWAS) Water Resources Coordinating Center is advancing policy and organizational structures on this front. Strategic Overview of International Waters in Africa – This study provides a comprehensive compilation of indicators describing the continent’s transboundary surface waters, including the socioeconomic, geopolitical, and biophysical aspect of transboundary basins.

Home Browse Books Book details, International Waters in Southern Africa. International Waters in Southern Africa. This is due to a number of factors including: the large disparity in the availability of water between the relatively wet northern part of the region and the drier south; and the fact that the first transboundary transfer of water occurred in this region, between Lesotho and South Africa.

Sharing water resources among basin countries is a major topic of discussion for those responsible for managing international water systems. Planned water transfer schemes can result in environmental and security disputes. Southern Africa is one of the world's most critical regions in terms of water management, with a large disparity in availability of water between the relatively wet northern part of the region and the drier south. The first transboundary transfer of water occurred in the Southern African region (WHEN?), between Lesotho and South Africa. Mikiyasu Nakayama was involved in the establishment of a basin-wide management scheme for the Zambesi river system. Political complexities led to many difficulties in the development of the action plan. In the region's new political setting, all countries can now participate in discussions on an equal footing. This change may be interpreted as an opportunity for greater participation, or as the dangerous empowerment of self interest. International Waters in Southern Africa examines both the risks and opportunities for water management in this new political environment. Contributors include Piet Heyns, Carl Bruch, Meredith A. Giordano, Aaron T. Wolf, Kazimierz A. Salewicz, Anthony Turton, Peter Ashton, Munyaradzi Chenje, Abdullahi Elmi Mohamed, Richard Meissner, Zafar Adeel, and Thomas Ballatore.