- to provide research institutions, universities, NGOs, governments and enterprises from Africa with an opportunity to display and present their works in this field of knowledge;
- to foster the exchange of information, ideas and experiences acquired in the execution of rainwater-smart projects, especially successful initiatives and best-practices practices across the African continent;
- to discuss methodological approaches and experiences deriving from case studies and projects, which aim to show rainwater-smart adaptation strategies can be implemented in practice;
- to provide a platform to network and possibilities for cooperation in this field of knowledge.
- The project focused on the implementation of integrated capacity-building and demonstration activities, the establishment of research and technologytransfer centres, and the setting-up of a transnational network of multivariate relevant stakeholders.
- The action of the project took place in Ethiopia, Kenya, Mozambique and Zimbabwe.
- The AFRHINET project was part of the second ACP Science and Technology Programme, an EU-ACP cooperation programme which is funded by the European Union and implemented by the ACP Group of States.
FOSTERING THE USE OF RAINWATER FOR SMALL-SCALE IRRIGATION IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA
A regional baseline study in Ethiopia, Kenya, Mozambique and Zimbabwe
- The main goal of this report was to conduct a capacity and technology transfer assessment in the field of rainwater harvesting for irrigation management in Ethiopia, Kenya, Mozambique and Zimbabwe.
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