People, planet, prosperity and peace are four priorities shared by Africa and Europe, and areas where opportunities for beneficial cooperation abound. Over the past three decades, the European Commission's Joint Research Centre (JRC) has worked with many organisations and institutions across Africa. This report and its accompanying interactive online service, 'Africa StoryMaps', present the key findings from this collaboration, and set out options the decision-making, research, and education communities may consider.

This project, requested by the African Ministers of Water to DG Devco, intends to scale up the approach of the phase I of the project (pilot project) and to address the lack of sustainability in capacity building in the water sector in Africa.

The main activities of the project will consist in:

Strengthening of two existing NEPAD water Centres of Excellence networks in West and Southern Africa;

• Creation of two NEPAD water Centres of Excellence network in Central and Eastern Africa;

This book evaluates - using for the first time a single consistent methodology and a wide range of state-of-the-art future cliamte scenarios - the impacts of cliamte change on hydropower and irrigation expansion plans in Africa's mais river basin (Congo, Niger, Nile, Orange, Senegal, Volta, and Zambezi), as well as the effects on the electricity sector accross four power pools (west, Eastern, Central, and Southern power pools).

New Atlas of Africa Energy Resources shows the energy situation, needs and potentials of Africa, highlighting the opportunities and challenges for a sustainable development of the energy resources on the continent. In addition to detailed analysis, it features over 64 maps and 73 satellite images as well as some 50 graphics and hundreds of compelling photos.

Programme de la Session 2016 de la réunion régionale du Comité Consultatif du Mécanisme Global de Coordination du Projet Mékrou, les 12, 13 et 14 Octobre 2016 à Cotonou (BENIN) à l’hôtel SUN BEACH

(Prier de consulter l'agenda ci-attachée)

  1. Rappel du Contexte

Le Partenariat Mondial de l'Eau (GWP) est un réseau international indépendant œuvrant à la promotion de la Gestion Intégrée des Ressources en Eau. Il est ouvert et comprend des membres de toutes les régions du monde, son programme se destine d’appuyer les efforts entrepris par les pays en développement et les pays en transition pour l’amélioration de la gestion de leurs ressources en eau.

 

Inception meeting

 

Addressing Water Security: Climate Impacts and Adaptation responses in Africa, Asia and the Americas

(With the support from Flanders Trust Fund for Science)

 

Paris, 9-10 February 2015

Bonvin Building – Room/Salle XIV

 

Organized by UNESCO-IHP

versión Española in seguida

1st African Water Integrity Summit
"Accelerating towards a Water Secure World"                                         April 29-30 | Lusaka, Zambia

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