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20201028T1110 20201028T1315 Africa/Harare Bridging needs & solutions: the AfriAlliance approach

The AfriAlliance project departs from the realization that while climate change presents (new) challenges for African stakeholders, an increasing but fragmented knowledge base exists, in Africa and in Europe. AfriAlliance tries to bridge the needs of African stakeholders to be better prepared, on the one hand, with existing knowledge, innovation and solutions, on the other hand.

To this end, AfriAlliance has developed a range of methods to bridge the gap in Africa between local water-related needs arising from climate change and existing knowledge and solutions. These 'bridging' methods and approaches will be showcased. This interactive event allows participants to explore all the methods and approaches and will be followed by a discussion and feedback session on which approaches are most useful and how can we best make them available to African and European stakeholders.

Virtual 4 21st WaterNet/WARFSA/GWPSA Symposium waternet@waternetonline.org

The AfriAlliance project departs from the realization that while climate change presents (new) challenges for African stakeholders, an increasing but fragmented knowledge base exists, in Africa and in Europe. AfriAlliance tries to bridge the needs of African stakeholders to be better prepared, on the one hand, with existing knowledge, innovation and solutions, on the other hand.

To this end, AfriAlliance has developed a range of methods to bridge the gap in Africa between local water-related needs arising from climate change and existing knowledge and solutions. These 'bridging' methods and approaches will be showcased. This interactive event allows participants to explore all the methods and approaches and will be followed by a discussion and feedback session on which approaches are most useful and how can we best make them available to African and European stakeholders.



Water, Environment and Business for Development
Director
International Network of Basin Organizations
Project manager, consortium partner of AfriAlliance
WaterNet Trust
Executive Manager
OiEau
Project Manager
Mr. Luke Somerwill
IHE Delft
Junior Researcher
Mr. David Smith
Water, Environment and Business for Development
Director
Liaison Office Manager
Dr. Aline Saraiva Okello
University of Zululand
Post Doctoral researcher
University of Malawi, The Polytechnic
Invitee
University of KwaZulu-Natal
PhD Candidate
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