Lake Twinning (Closed 2011)
Project closed: 2011
The Lake Twinning project aims to facilitate policy, legal, and institutional reform for transboundary waters management (quantity and quality) through comparative analysis; enhance regional and national knowledge and capacity for the management and planning of shared water resource systems; and strengthen planning processes in shared water resources management, facilitating self-sustaining regional water institutions in Africa. Our aim in this project is to lead to the development of a framework for collaboration on great lakes systems through enhanced science and policy linkages and that this framework will form the basis for longer-term partnership between the commissions.
- Transboundary Lake Basin Management: Laurentian and African Great Lakes (2011)
- Lessons in Lake Twinning: A synthesis of Dialogues on Transboundary Lake Management (2011)
Media + Downloads
- Lake Victoria Basin Commission Knowledge Portal