• Hi, it’s Federica from Mozambique. I can see many common points between my country and the Nigeria goveramental policy. Also Mozambique was and still is intensively affected by drought since last year, like southern africa (south africa, lesoto, malawi, zimbabwe) wich affected the food security and economy. Moreover we are in the middle of a…[Read more]

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  • Hi, it’s Federica. Mozambique is whithin SADC countries. While I didn’t find info about Mozambique, I found it about the Climate Services Centre SADC (CSC) is an institution of Southern African Development Community (SADC) comprising 15 member states with well over 260 million inhabitants. It is against the realisation that: SADC countries e…[Read more]

  • Hello Wamba,
    of course communities can’t do it alone but I wanted to say that IWRM and DRR (which goes together) should be also requested from the community, like a top up process. Different NGOs are working to rising concern about it and that can be an help, but communities itself have or must develop capacities for this. They have to help…[Read more]

  • Hi All, Federica speaking. Of course states and municipality have the main responsibility, especially in cities and where people are paying tax. They must make an assessment about all things can be affected by drought, especially the most vulnerable ones, and develop indicators and M&E system.
    But, as we said, most vulnerable people are the…[Read more]

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  • Hi, Federica speaking.Drought is definitely linked to IWRM because the impact depends on the level of the country to react and to cope with the event. Countries policies might prevent or mitigate the impact of disasters, adopting an early warning system and mitigation measures, allocating funds to support agriculture and population in need. We…[Read more]

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