Over the course of its project lifespan, the Ramotswa Project has attracted attention in local media as well as through partner networks. Media articles as well as project dissemination material can be viewed here.
At present, Botswana and South Africa undertake some monitoring within the Tuli Karoo Transboundary Aquifer Area for their own purposes; Zimbabwe (covering about 57% of the area) does not actively monitor the aquifer. Therefore, an aim of the Conjunctive Water Resources Management across Borders in the Southern African Development Community… Continue reading The post Project Brief: Groundwater Monitoring in the Tuli Karoo Transboundary Aquifer Area appeared first on Conjunctive water management across borders in SADC. [...]
Improving food security and farm-based livelihoods is among the central challenges of our time and key to fostering progress toward a set of Sustainable Development Goals such as reducing hunger and poverty. The primary pathway for enhancing food security and farming livelihoods – boosting agricultural production – is nonetheless constrained… Continue reading The post Improving Irrigation Efficiency during a Pandemic: the Tuli Karoo Experience appeared first on Conjunctive water management across borders in SADC. [...]
The Tuli Karoo Aquifer, shared among Botswana, South Africa, and Zimbabwe, is located in a very arid region. Surface water resources in the Tuli Karoo Aquifer area are scarce and unreliable, so groundwater is used as the primary source for agriculture, domestic and industrial water in the mainly rural communities… Continue reading The post Piloting a transboundary groundwater network during a pandemic: the Tuli Karoo experience appeared first on Conjunctive water management across borders in SADC. [...]