The Mara River is a crucial, at-risk water source for farms, villages and ecosystems in Kenya and Tanzania. Researchers and stakeholders are working together to ensure it is sustainable in the years to come.
Imagine a river basin — the rivers, tributaries, creeks, and wetlands that gather water and deliver it to the sea — as the vital network that all things, living and nonliving, are connected to and dependent upon.
This webinar will examine the value of water (from both the perspective of the challenges faced in the region and what the Resilient Waters Program is doing to address these challenges) at the transboundary, national, and community levels.
Join the USAID Sustainable Water Partnership (SWP) and its partners in Kenya and Tanzania for a discussion about the project’s achievements, lessons learned, and the future of transboundary water governance in the Mara River Basin. Beginning
This course presents multiple facets of governance for transboundary freshwater security – from financing mechanisms to negotiation skills – while emphasizing the urgency of sustainable development and cooperation at many levels.