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Pongola Mtamvuna

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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: 4
Total Projects: 13
Priority SDGs: --
Priority Industries: --
Profile Completion: 50%

Water Challenges

As reported by organizations on the Hub.

14.3%
Access to Water Supply and Water Services
14.3%
Compliance with Local Regulations and Widely-Accepted Standards
14.3%
Influent
14.3%
Land Use Issues
14.3%
Local Water Resource Governance
14.3%
Socioeconomic and Reputation
14.3%
Upstream Water Issues

Region Overview

Organizations in Pongola Mtamvuna


Our core categories that receive our highest focus include Regional Brands, Anaesthetics, Thrombosis, High Potency &amp; Cytotoxics and Nutritionals. Our manufacturing capabilities are scaleable to demand and cover a wide variety of product types including injectables, oral solid dose, liquids, … Learn More

As a food and beverage company, PepsiCo is acutely aware of the critical role water plays in the food system. Our water strategy is designed to enable long-term, sustainable water security for our business and for local communities that depend … Learn More

The conservation and restoration of river catchments in the highlands of the drakensberg mountain range in South Africa, outside of formal conservation parks, with a view to increasing water quality and quantity for downstream users. Learn More

We are a non-profit company, that partners with businesses and vulnerable rural, peri-urban and urban communities. This is done through a range of projects promoting sustainable, healthy and continually improving natural environments. While simultaneously creating opportunities through rigorous skills and … Learn More

Projects in Pongola Mtamvuna


Veolia understands the COVID-19 pandemic as a message from nature that human society is reaching its breaking point. In response, it has pledged to protect nature and biodiversity on World Environment Day on June 5, 2020. Veolia has developed 10 … Learn More

The Impendle vlei lies near the village of kwaNovuka at the very headwaters of the Poort Stream, a significant tributary of the uMngeni River. This area falls within our Super Catchment Project area, and is also a habitat and potential … Learn More

To mitigate water risks and increase the availability of quality basmati rice, Mars developed a program to decrease water usage and improve farming practices for Punjabi rice farmers, in partnership with Rice Partners Ltd (RPL). The three-step approach is: 1. … Learn More

Our production sites across the globe annually commemorate World Water Day by preserving streams and marine ecosystems. Each of these sites clean up adjacent streams in conjunction with local governments, local NGOs and students while undertaking ecosystem preservation programs (releasing … Learn More

Improving the livelihoods of disadvantaged sugarcane growers while mitigating and eliminating impacts that their cultivation activities have on freshwater systems, this project is strengthening and expanding existing collaboration between commercial farmers and previously disadvantaged sugarcane farmers through a mentorship program. … Learn More

South Africa's Midlands Region of KwaZulu-Natal is located outside of Pietermaritzburg up to the Drakensberg mountain range. Dotted with small towns, inhabitants of this relatively rural area engage in farming, particularly of sugar and wine grapes, livestock cultivation, forestry, and … Learn More

Once initial clearing of wattle trees has been done, restoration of the natural grassland is required to prevent erosion, and to generate a grazing value for the recovered land. In areas that are very steep, or where significant erosion measures … Learn More

This is our flagship project. The idea is to focus on a well defined catchment, that being the upper uMngeni above the Dargle falls, and lend significant support to landowners in that approx 16,000 ha zone. Support includes: Alien invasive … Learn More

The Bushmans River (known locally as the Umtshezi), flows down from the Giants Castle resort in the Moloti Drakensberg Park, into a community that needs our help. There is a catchment that is degraded due to an absence of solid … Learn More

Building sustainable communities and protecting our water resources to improve the health of the Mbokodweni and Golokodo river systems within the lower Mbokodweni catchment, and the health of the communities living within the catchment.Project ResultsBuilding sustainable communities and protecting our … Learn More

Develop the ZAR Water Stewardship fund. Plan to compensate ZAR’s internal water use through CSV projects beyond the factory fence. A CHF contribution per m3 is collected from local operations to fund water stewardship projects. Projects may be submitted continuously … Learn More

The uMhlathuze Water Stewardship Partnership (UWASP) is a river basin collaboration of business, government and civil society partners established to address water security challenges in the uMhlathuze region of South Africa. UWASP aims to play a transformative role in the … Learn More

As a start to our Upper uMngeni Super Catchment proposal, we are planning a team to offer subsidised alien clearing services within the upper catchment. Following postponement of the “Yes4Youth” program, we are thankful for DUCT who are arranging to … Learn More

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