The term “Zambezi Watercourse” is defined as: the system of surface and ground waters of the Zambezi constituting, by virtue of their physical relationship, a unitary whole flowing normally into a common terminus, the Indian Ocean. The “Zambezi Watercourse” is perceived broadly to also include the topography of the landscape and associated lands of the Zambezi River.
Katima Mulilo Bridge on border between Botswana and Zambia
ZAMCOM in collaboration with WWF is implementing the Kwando Project with Angola, Botswana, Namibia and Zambia being the target member countries
Boat making, a form of livelihood along the Zambezi river
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One of the objectives of the Kwando Project is the capacity building of stakeholders on integrated approach to water management and governance, on resource mobilisation, and for creating increased awareness of the role of the
Kwando River to the ecosystems that make that part of the Zambezi a strong conservation constituency.