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The nile basin initiative nbi meraji o y msuya executive director nbi secretariat

“The Nile Basin Initiative" (NBI) Meraji O. Y. MsuyaExecutive Director, NBI Secretariat

Freshwater Basin Management: Experiences and Lessons Learnt


The nile basin

  • Characteristics

  • Poverty

  • Growing Population

  • Degrading environ.

  • Vulnerability & risk

  • Economics..

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  • Burundi

  • D.R. Congo

  • Egypt

  • Eritrea

  • Ethiopia

  • Kenya

  • Rwanda

  • Sudan

  • Tanzania

  • Uganda

TheNileBasin

  • Opportunities

    Cooperative action for win-win gains & regional development – removing serious obstacles to sustainable development


The strategic action program

Shared Vision

Shared Vision Program

Subsidiary Action Prog.

Action on the ground

The Strategic Action Program

The Vision

To achieve sustainable

socio-economic development

through equitable utilization of, and benefit from, the

common Nile Basin water resources.


Shared vision program svp

Strengthen and develop trust

Building capacity within the countries

Create the enabling environment for the implementation of development projects

Shared Vision Program(SVP)

A grant-funded program designed to:-


SVPProjectPortfolio

Function

Type

Project

  • Common Elements

  • Basin-wide dialogue

  • Strategic & analytical frameworks

  • Best practice, tools & demos

  • Stakeholder involvement

  • Human & institutional capacity

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1. Nile Transboundary Environmental Action

2. Nile Basin Regional Power Trade

3. Efficient Water Use for Agricultural Production

4. Water Resources Planning & Management

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5. Confidence Building & Stakeholder Involvement

6. Applied Training

7. Socio-Economic Development & Benefit Sharing


Nile transboundary environmental action

  • Objectives

  • Provide strategic framework for management of transboundary water & environmental challenges

  • Improved understanding of relationship of water resources development & environment

  • Provide forum to discuss development paths with wide range of stakeholders

NileTransboundaryEnvironmentalAction

The Need

  • Transboundary assets & threats

  • Relationship environment & development

  • Sustainable development opportunities

  • Stakeholders forum


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Nile Transboundary Environmental Action

Nile River Basin

Transboundary Environmental Analysis

  • A collective synthesis of basin-wide environmental trends, threats and priorities.

  • Agenda for Environmental Action – basis for joint investment opportunities


Transboundary environmental action
Transboundary Environmental Action

Major Components

1. Institutional strengthening, knowledge base and information management

2. Community-level land and water conservation

3. Environmental education and awareness

4. Wetlands and biodiversity conservation

5. Basin-wide water quality monitoring


The shared vision program project linkages

Environment

  • Strategic framework & transboundary action

Power Trade

Agriculture

  • Power forum

  • Power development options

  • Demonstrations/Pilots

  • Regional Cons & Training

Communication

Applied Training

Public information

Training institutes & curriculum

Stakeholder involvement

The Shared Vision Program: Project Linkages

Basin-wide enabling environment

Socio-Econ Development & Benefits

  • Development Scenarios

  • Private sector engagement

Water Resources

  • IWRM Policy & Planning

  • Communication, information & analysis platform

Socio-Economic Development


Challenges risks to project implementation
Challenges/Risks to project Implementation:

  • Commitment of the Nile Basin Countries

  • Institutional leadership

  • Regional coordination capacity

  • National Institutional capacity

  • Insecurity and conflict


Lessons experiences
Lessons & Experiences

  • Development of a Shared Vision

  • Moving from challenges and constraints to opportunities

  • Sharing benefits not sharing water

  • Institutional and legal framework

  • Investment and appropriate frameworks


Materials and Information

  • Visit Nile-SEC Web page :

    www.nilebasin.org

    Email: nbisec@nilesec.org


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