Water in its various forms, is acknowledged as the key regulator of climate and agricultural security. This is largely why 2013 has been capped by the United Nations as the year for water conflict management and cooperation, which encompasses aspects of water diplomacy, peace and security under conditions of climate change and variability. Other experts have so far suggested that if water security can be achieved, then climate change impacts in other sectors can be significantly reduced. However, what can Africa as the most climate vulnerable continent do differently to achieve improved water security as an adaptation strategy?

Topics: Agriculture - Disaster risk management - Energy - Fragile Ecosystems - Health - Water Management - Management and/or conservation of land use
Cross cutting: Awareness Raising - Capacity Building - Impact assessment - Monitoring and Evaluation - Policy Mainstreaming
Country: Worldwide
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New Technology and possibility for Drought Mitigation

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This is a new tool developed for helping assess the scope of new water technologies in better and lasting water management in the Volta and Limpopo...
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