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Zambezi

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Amazon
5888268 km2
Countries
Brazil; Peru; Suriname; France; Colombia; Guyana; Bolivia; Venezuela; Ecuador
Cities
Santa Cruz; Manaus; La Paz
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Quick Info

Total Organizations: 7
Total Projects: 15
Priority SDGs: --
Priority Industries: --
Profile Completion: 50%

Water Challenges

As reported by organizations on the Hub.

18.8%
Access to Water Supply and Water Services
18.8%
Local Water Resource Governance
18.8%
Physical water supply
18.8%
Water Demand and Competition among Users
6.3%
Compliance with Local Regulations and Widely-Accepted Standards
6.3%
Land Use Issues
6.3%
Upstream Water Issues
6.3%
Water Pricing

Region Overview

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Organizations in Zambezi


Akros establishes data-driven systems that improve the health and well-being of disadvantaged communities. Learn More

Akros is a cutting edge organization that establishes data-driven and technologically appropriate systems to improve the health and well-being of disadvantaged communities. We pride ourselves in our ground-level knowledge of the service delivery systems where we work, and our ability ... Learn More

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

· Climate change impact risk assessments, strategy, adaptation and proofing · Resilient cities / business · Water resources yield and supply assurance · Hydrology, specialising in Forest Hydrology (Professionally registered) · Flood modelling · Conceptual water supply planning · GIS ... Learn More

Helping people gain access to safe water and sanitation and contributing to helping the world’s poorest people gain access to these basic requirements Learn More

Vision: Provide sustainable livelihoods for the resource poor Mission: To empower resource poor and vulnerable families through interventions targetting poverty reduction, food and nutrition security, and environmental sustainability Goal: To contribute to socio-economic empowerment of resource poor and vulnerable families ... Learn More

WaterStep responds to critical needs for safe water by evaluating and implementing solutions and teaching people to use those tools. WaterStep saves lives with safe water by empowering communities to take care of their own long-term water needs. We believe ... Learn More

Projects in Zambezi


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

We have invested in building dams (rainwater catchments) in Tanzania and Malawi to help communities better adapt to climate change and provide water for longer periods during the dry season. Learn More

A comprehensive water study has been commissioned to determine short and medium term expected water inflows into the mine. Given the study recommendations, Lubambe is investing in additional dewatering capacity. A dam has also been built to allow the temporary ... Learn More

The construction of a borehole for St. Teresa's Orphanage will provide clean and safe water for the local community and orphans. Learn More

The main objective of the partnership is to ensure the social, economic and environmental sustainability of the Itawa Springs and their benefits. The main strategy of the project thus was to safeguard the spring’s integrity and lifespan by helping the ... 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. Learn More

The WSAIP is a highly participatory stakeholder empowerment process delivering a multi-stakeholder owned plan to improve Lusaka’s water security, with the commitment of stakeholders to implement that plan. The plan cuts across water supply and sanitation services, water resources management ... Learn More

To strengthen multi-stakeholder collaboration to safeguard Lusaka's water resources while enhancing the sustainable and timely access to water and sanitation for all." Cooperation is crucial if the complex issue of water security is to be addressed sustainably. Water security is ... Learn More

The objective of this partnership is to protect LWSC wellfields at Shaft 5 and Mass Media, in an environmentally, socially, and financially sustainable manner securing groundwater supply for Lusaka’s residents and businesses.Between March and December 2016, the International Water Stewardship ... 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

Project WET is currently active in more than 75 countries around the world through a network of partner organizations that range from small NGOs to major international corporations and organizations. We only go where we’re invited! We work with our ... Learn More

Los Bronces continues to mitigate water supply challenges by implementing technical solutions that promote water efficiency and water resilience. Water is transported to the operation via a 56-kilometre pipeline from the Las Tórtolas tailings dam using a special water-recycling system. ... Learn More

The project provided safe water by constructing 30 improved traditional wells to 4 villages in Songea district where over 3,000 people benefited from the project. These villages include the Mkuzo, Mhumbezi, Chandarua, and Mitendewawa villages. In the long term it ... Learn More

Starbucks and Conservation International began an assessment of the water component of the Coffee and Farmer Equity (C.A.F.E.) Practices program in 2008, focused on 2 stages in the coffee value chain: cultivating, growing and harvesting coffee using methods that avoid ... Learn More

The Itawa springs and its supporting ecosystem is an important water resource supplying water for domestic and industrial purposes to the city of Ndola in the Copperbelt. In recent years, the physical integrity of the spring and surrounding riparian environment ... Learn More

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