CAR prepared an inventory of new water rights applications (based on Government Gazette) and is currently analyzing the trends and changes in water rights application in the broader context of the IWRM-WE plan and Botswana’s water accounts. The report will be on the website before the end of 2018.
In 2017, CAR assessed the value of 9 FRRs for DFRR and JICA. Based on the report, CAR prepared a policy brief to show the value and importance of FRRs, and investigated in more detail the potential of FRRs for poverty reduction, economic diversification and international trade. The brief and the report can be downloaded […]
Access to niche markets and product certification schemes are important for economic diversification based on exports and sustainable consumption and production. CAR investigated which niche markets and certification schemes can benefit Botswana producers and consumers. The report can be down loaded from this website.
Tshepo Setlhogile presented at the Natural Capital Accounting (NCA) stakeholder workshop in Palapye (May 2018). The workshop was organised by the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development(MFED). Its objectives were to disseminate the results of the on-going NCA work (water, energy and minerals) in Botswana, and to explore the policy implications. In addition to the […]
CAR will co-facilitate the WaterNet training course in “Financing of Water Infrastructure” in Johannesburg (10-13 April).
Jaap Arntzen taught early August a module on UN-SEEA Water Accounting at IHE-Delft, The Netherlands. This was part of a short course focusing on Water Accounting Plus, and the WA module aimed to expose participants to the global standard of UN-SEEA Water Accounting. CAR and IHE will continue their collaboration towards showing complementarity between both […]