Pathways to water security through governance and knowledge management



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The session will have speakers that will discuss various elements of research identified through the KIM functional environment at RW, one of the largest water utilities in the world. The function serves as part of a “think tank” being developed for the water sector, examining social, environmental and economic issues relating to water in the country and Southern Africa.

The session will be opened with remarks from the Chief Executive of Rand Water or a delegated respresentative to set the scene or provide context on the Value of Knowledge and Information in Water Governance and Leadership.

The other speakers with be covering three main themes, namely,
Catchment management challenges in the Vaal catchment and extended supply areas of Rand Water in South Africa.
Role of knowledge and information in navigating water governance to enable water security.
Political economy of water in Rand Water contextThe last 35 minutes will be reserved for discussion and questions from the audience.

The last 20 minutes will be reserved for discussion and questions from the audience.
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Management
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