• My name is Motlatsi Pheko, a former UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education participant on water management specializing on water quality quality management. Looking forward to learning more about the course

  • Looking at my geographic area in Lesotho, the wetlands are utilized mainly by the males for various uses and the even in management aspects makes contribute a lot than females. This shows that there is gender inequality in management of wetlands in my country

  • Pheko replied to the topic HRBA17 Knowing each other in the forum HRBA17 Knowing each other

    Hello colleagues I am Pheko from Lesotho and working in the ministry of Water under water rights division in the Department of Water Affairs Lesotho, it is great to participate in this program in order to upgrade my skills and put into ground in my geographic area.

  • In my country,wetlands recharge both the rivers and ground water in the highlands region, hence there is ubandance of water in Lesotho, our water courses are recharged by our wetlands and therefore we provide inter basin transfer of water from Lesotho to South Africa. This is because the wetlands are important acting as recharge of our surface…[Read more]

  • Hi Colleagues I am Pheko From Lesotho with the background in water management with the Specialiation on water quality management. I am an intern in the Department of Water Affairs. I am working on Mountain Wetlands of Lesotho which form part of water sources in Southern Africa and play fundamental role in recharge of our waters. I am pleased to…[Read more]

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    I am Pheko from Lesotho and have a background study in water management with the specialization on water quality management. I work for the department of water affairs Lesotho and involved in assessments of water quality for surface and ground water in my country. I consider it momentous to undertake this course on water pollution management…[Read more]

  • Pheko replied to the topic IPI14 Module 2 Forum in the forum IPI14 Module 2 Forum

    Hi Florian
    I would like to also say regards and thanks with posted websites

  • Pheko replied to the topic IPI14 Knowing each other in the forum IPI14 Knowing each other

    I am Motlatsi Pheko and have background study in water management-water quality management. I am from Lesotho and work for the water sector in my country, I am happy to upgrade my skills in this course. With warm regards.

  • Pheko replied to the topic IPI14 Module 1 Forum in the forum IPI14 Module 1 Forum

    As mentioned by other participants, IWRM is a key to management of water resources in an integrated manner and indigenous and traditional people are perceived to be such people to be incorporated in order to foster water resources management in a comprehensive and holistic manner. Therefore, in this program, we need to learn more about the…[Read more]

  • Pheko posted an update

    I am delighted to partake in this course Indigenous Peoples and Integrated Water Resources Management. This course will upgrade our skills in integration of indigenous people into decision making for management of our water resources to contribute to SDGs.

  • Dear all, the interests of who will he affected by severe drought depends on what someone/an organisation or any group is doing at the period of drought occurrence.For instance, for a commercial or substantial farmer,the interest is on agricultural production. As such, severe drought will have impacts on the farmers. In summery, this is to say…[Read more]

  • Dear participants drought recently occurred in Lesotho and this is said to have happened over four decades in the country. There was a prolonged period of time without rainfall and this attributed to no agricultural production at all, death of livestock. Consequently, there has been many impacts such as increased prices of food, low industrial…[Read more]

  • In addition for quality wise as mentioned by Fakunle,the decrease in water quantity also has contribution to the quality of water. Therefore,effective water quality management in both developed, transitional and developing countries can be achieved by incorporation of legal and regulatory instruments which better enhance the management of water…[Read more]

  • From my experience in the wetland systems of Lesotho,most of them have degraded and so are not longer functioning interms of the ecosystem functioning of the wetlands. The degraded wetlands have been included by improper management through land use practices. on the other hand climate change has also contributed to the collapse of the wetlands.…[Read more]

  • Hello all,I am Motlatsi Pheko. I am a former Msc water management-water quality management at UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education,Delft the Netherlands.I have bee a Research Assistant at the National University of Lesotho working on wetland systems of Lesotho in collaboration with the Department of Water Affairs under the Ministry of…[Read more]

  • Hello all,I am Motlatsi Pheko,a former Msc water management-water quality management participant at UNESCO-ihe Institute for water education,Delft the Netherlands. I have been a Research Assistant at the National University of Lesotho working on wetland systems of Lesotho in collaboration with the Department of Water Affairs under the Ministry of…[Read more]

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