Diving into Water
How are businesses and institutions integrating the value of water into their operations and decisions?
During this session, institutions from across Africa shared their innovative approaches to integrating the value of water into their operations and decisions.
Pearl Gola, uMnegni Ecological Infrastructure Partnership
William Ojwang, WWF Kenya
Beria Namanya and Martin Asiimwe, WWF Uganda
With a panel of expert practitioners from across Southern and Eastern Africa, the Diving Into Water session at the African Forum on Green Economy explored a trio of innovative new projects using natural capital approaches to preserve and conserve Africa's most precious natural resource.
Recorded April 22nd 2020
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Video Case Studies
WWF Uganda. A step-by-step guide to the creation of a payment for watershed services scheme in Rwenzori Mountains National Park, Uganda.
WWF Uganda. An abridged version of the Hydrological and Agronomic study conducted to inform the design and monitoring of the Rwenzori PWS.
WWF Uganda. An abridged version of the Sociological research report that informed the design and monitoring of the Rwenzori PWS.
UEIP: An report from the early days of the partnership, detailing objectives and governance. Useful reading for those thinking of setting up their own partnership.
UEIP: A five year summary of the partnership, detailing the stakeholders, successes and next steps of the project.