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Okavango

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Area: 5888268 km2
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Brazil; Peru; Suriname; France; Colombia; Guyana; Bolivia; Venezuela; Ecuador
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Santa Cruz; Manaus; La Paz
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Total Organizations: 2
Total Projects: 5
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Organizations in Okavango


We form part of the Barnes Group of Companies. We leverage our ability off owning our own steel manufacturing mill, whoch then supplies into our wholly owned primary manufacturing companies, who then produce standard and customer specific products which are ... Learn More

HYDROC is an association of independent consultants, -scientists and -engineers, providing water-related services through a network of national and international experts. Our concept uses the synergies of our combined expertise for the successful implementation of a variety of projects. Our ... Learn More

Projects in Okavango


CPWF (challenge programme for water and food) is an international, multi-institutional research initiative with a strong emphasis on north-south and south-south partnerships. The initiative brings together research scientists, development specialists, and river basin communities in Africa, Asia and Latin America ... Learn More

The project promotes the sustainable, equitable and improved utilisation of water and other natural resources in ephemeral river basins in southern Africa through the process of integrated water resource management (IWRM). The ERB Project explores the potential and options for ... Learn More

Water resources continue to deteriorate despite the adoption of IWRM and some progresses in policies, laws, monitoring programmes, etc. Concurrently, poverty, inequality, social and environmental injustices still pervade the African continent. Fundamental shift in managerial attitude and policy is required ... Learn More

This project will contribute to reducing poverty and enhancing food, health and nutritional security in the Limpopo River Basin by analysing the status of agricultural water use, access and productivity, and identifying opportunities for improved agricultural water management.Project Results-Promoting sustainable ... Learn More

The project aimed to build awareness and capacity for environmental flows assessment in the basin and identify institutional and legal mechanisms for mainstreaming environmental flows. Interest in environmental flows in the region had been promoted by the South African Water ... Learn More

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