Integrated water resources management

The purpose of the course is to train the participants on integrated water resources management (IWRM) concepts and applications. Integrated Water Resources Management is “a process which promotes the coordinated development and management of water, land and related resources, in order to maximize the resultant economic and social welfare in an equitable manner without compromising the sustainability of vital ecosystems”. The course will focus on the introduction of holistic approach to water management based on the Dublin principles of IWRM. The course is designed to support the Zambezi Valley Development Agency in fulfilling its strategy that includes the development of studies and strategies that promote economic and social development of the Zambezi River Basin in Mozambique.

Participants

 NameGenderRO
1Borges Francisco BrasMFCA
2Meque Samuel TivaneMFCA
3Dinis Francisco SimbeMFCT
4Francisco Jorge AraujoMFCT
5Manuel Tome LangaMFEAF
6Nelson José AgostinhoMFEAF
7Newton Bento Luís OficioMFENG
8Marcos Francisco BallatMFENG
9José MourinhoMFEARN
10Fernando Aníbal ChichangoMFEARN
11Félix Eusébio BanzeMISPS
12Johane Renad ChinhacataMISPS
13Cremildo  António  Luís  FranciscoMISPM
14Aldmira João ChifucoFISPM
15Zito Moisés LopesMFAGRENM
16Bresnev José Manuel AroucaMFAGRENM
17Alfatilio HuoMFAGRENM