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Overcoming constraints to the implementation of water demand management in southern Africa

SOUTH AFRICA COUNTRY REPORT


Prepared by
Mr Derek Hazelton, South Africa
Dr Daniel Nkhuwa, Zambia
Dr Peter Robinson, Zimbabwe

Johannesburg, South Africa, July 2002

SARPN acknowledges permission from IUCN to post this document
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CONTENTS OF THE FOUR VOLUMES
 
VOLUME 1: SYNTHESIS REPORT
    Preliminaries and executive summary
    Synthesis report
 
VOLUME 2: SOUTH AFRICA, ZAMBIA & ZIMBABWE COUNTRY REPORTS
    South Africa
    Zambia
    Zimbabwe
 
VOLUME 3: SWAZILAND, NAMIBIA & MALAWI COUNTRY REPORTS
    Swaziland
    Namibia
    Malawi
 
VOLUME 4: CASE STUDIES, ADVOCACY NOTES & IMPLEMENTATION TOOLS
    Case studies
    Advocacy notes
    Implementation tools
 
DISCLAIMER AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

This report emanated from a research contract awarded by the IUCN (The World Conservation Union), South Africa Country Office, as part of phase II of its water demand management programme. SIDA (the Swedish International Development Authority) and the IDRC (the Canadian International Development Research Centre) financed the programme. The study team expresses their sincere thanks to the IUCN, SIDA and the IDRC, who made it possible for us to form a team to carry out research and produce this report. The views and recommendations contained herein, however, belong solely to the independent consultants who prepared the report and are not the responsibility of any of the enabling institutions.

Warm thanks are due to the many individuals who contributed their time and ideas to this study, through interviews, completing questionnaires and/or passing on copies of supporting documentation. We hope that the report has managed to convey the wide variety of experience that was communicated to us whilst we conducted our research.

Thanks are also due to our external reviewer Mr Simon Forster, CEO of Development Planning and Research, Johannesburg, who reviewed and gave valuable comments on our inception plan, questionnaires, various subsidiary reports and this main synthesis report.

THE OVERCOMING WDM CONSTRAINTS TEAM

Team leader and coordinator:
  • Mr Derek Hazelton, Manager TSE (technical, social and economic) Water Services, South Africa, e-mail
  • Dr Daniel Nkhuwa, Head of Department of Geology, School of Mines, University of Zambia, e-mail
  • Dr Peter Robinson, Economist/mathematical modeller with Zimconsult and Lecturer in WRM at the University of Zimbabwe, e-mail and
  • Dr Emmanuel Mwendera, Associate Professor Soil and Water Engineering, University of Swaziland, e-mail
  • Mr Karukirue Tjijenda, Chief Development Planner, Department of Water Affairs, Namibia, e-mail and
  • Mr Geoffrey Chavula, Lecturer in Water Engineering, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Malawi and PhD student at University of Dar es Salaam, e-mail



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