JG Afrika Botswana is a subcontractor to Chemonics International on the US$32,7-million Southern Africa Resilient Waters Program (RWP).
The project aims to build resilient basin areas and is being funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).
Focusing mainly on the Okavango and Limpopo River basin areas, a major imperative of the programme is strengthening institutional and governance capacities to ensure the sustainability of the proposed resilience and water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) mechanisms, particularly in transboundary institutions.
The WASH component is just one of the four integrated key objectives of the programme that will ensure that a holistic approach is applied to this vast area.
Robust monitoring and evaluation models will ensure that experiences and learning are integrated into all of the other components of the programme. As part of this focus area, we will also assess the suitability of many of the technologies and models that have greatly improved monitoring and evaluation, as well as service delivery in other regions of the continent.