World Water Forum 2018 - Brazil

Session at WWF8 // Water-Energy-Food Security (WEF) Nexus: potential applications and lessons from Africa

The Water-Food-Energy (WEF) Nexus approach in Africa is facilitating better interactions and synergies between the water, food, and energy sectors in order to unlock and optimize development potential for economic growth and transformation in Africa. The session will focus on sharing experience and lessons from some of the WEF Nexus initiatives in the African continent, especially focusing on the Southern African Development Community (SADC) and the Niger Basin in West Africa sub-regions.

Session at the 8th World Water Forum in Brazil.

Where and when

National Mané Garrincha Stadium
Arena 3
Brasilia

20 Mar 2018
9-10.30am

Organiser

Southern African Development Community (SADC)

Contact

Phera Ramoeli
pramoeli@sadc.int

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