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Centre for Civil Society Seminar Part 2: Resource Management and the Struggle for Water Sustainability in Africa

University of KwaZulu-Natal's Centre for Civil Society Seminar Series on the State of South Africa's Electricity & Water Service Delivery


Topic: In the second part of this seminar, contributors to the recently co-edited book titled “Handbook of Research on Resource Management and the Struggle for Water Sustainability in Africa” (2022) present practical examples of integrated water resources management (IWRM) implementation in African countries. Drawing cases from the Democratic Republic of Congo and South Africa, the authors examine how water resources management in the intersects with the contemporary issues of alternative energy, sanitation and community-based climate change adaptation. The emphasises on the importance of institutions in driving water, sanitation and energy agenda, policy processes and reconfigurations in Sub-Saharan Africa. The synergy of efforts of the state, the private sector and civil society groups in the management of water, sanitation and renewable energy is critical for driving sectoral, structural, and institutional reforms.


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CCS Seminar Series water and electricity_11_07_2024.docx
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Posted 10 July 2024
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