planning for river systems to the development of tools and
guidelines for effective and sustainable management of natural
In particular, the
determination and implementation of environmental water
requirements (both quality and quantity) in a political climate
where development of the water resource is recognized as the
basis for wealth creation and employment generation and is
considered a priority. In the exploitation of natural
resources, commercial fisheries in particular, he has experience
in working with both commercial and artisanal operations.
includes facilitation of stakeholder participation. He brings a
range of experience in building local capacity for water
resource management. This ranges from being the manager for a
UNESCO-funded program to build capacity in the SADC (mainly
South Africa) for aspects of river basin management to serving
on the Boards of SADC-wide and South African organizations
building capacity in research and water supply and sanitation.
He is a Past President and Senior Fellow of the Water Institute
of Southern Africa.
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