6th WARFSA/WATERNET/GWP-SA Symposium

In association with WATERnet | WARFSA | Global Water Partnership (Southern Africa) | University of Swaziland

1-3 November 2005

'Water for sustainable socio-economic development, Good health for all and Gender equity'


List of Abstracts as accepted by the Reviewers


The last column refers to accept for oral presentation (o), second is accept for poster presentation (p).


THEME 1: EFFECTIVE WATER GOVERNANCE, IWRM AND WATER EFFICIENCY PLANS


Paper/Poster title Surname Initials Email Address Country Decision

1.Basin management approach in Namibia: towards appropriate implementation

Amakali M amakalim@mawrd.gov.na

na

O

2. The impact of tariff and pricing system on groundwater use

Chipeleme A chipele@impala.unza.zm

zm

P

3. A model for reservoir yield under climate change scenario for the water stressed city of Bulawayo, Zimbabwe

Moyo B bekitembamoyo@yahoo.com

zw

O

4. An integrated evaluation of a small reservoir and its contribution to improve rural livelihoods: Sibasa Dam, Limpopo basin, Zimbabwe

Sawunyama T tintosawuz@yahoo.com

zw

P

5. An assessment of effective metering and billing as a water demand management tool: A case of area 49 in the city of Lilongwe, Malawi

Chikasema GT gustaffchikasema@yahoo.co.uk

mw

P

6. Conflict management and resolution mechanisms for heavily committed river basins: The case of the Pangani river Basin of Tanzania

Chikozho C chikozho@arts.uz.ac.zw or c.chikozho@cgiar,org

zw

O

7. Modelling of hydrological change for IWRM planning: Case study of the Mzingwane river, Limpopo Basin, Zimbabwe

Love D david@science.uz.ac.zw or davidrock@yahoo.com

zw

P

8. Waste water reclamation in Windhoek - addressing misconceptions about the recycling and distribution of water

Nymoen I ingen@drfn.org.na

na

p

9. Analytical framework for effective water governance and integrated water resources management plan

Fakhruddin SHM saddin@cegisbd.com

bd

P

10. Limits to the "green water" concept in water resources management and planning

Jewitt G jewittg@ukzn.ac.za

za

O

11. Changing water allocation principles in the Runde catchment in Zimbabwe

Chigerwe J jchirgwe@hippo.co.zw

zw

P

12. Local participation in the design process for water retention in Tanzania: challenges and opportunities

Kangalawe RYM kangalawe@ira.udsm.ac.tz

tz

P

13. An investigative study towards integrated water resources management in Botswana: Challenges and opportunities for water management practices

Kenabatho PK kenabatho@mopipi.ub.bw

bw

P

14. Water resources management in Ngamiland: Integration or Disintegration?

Kgomotso PK phemok@yahoo.com

za

O

15. An analysis of stakeholder knowledge about water governance transformation in Zimbabwe

Kujinga K krasposy@yahoo.co.uk

zw

P

16. Geographies of cooperation: Water resources management in Southern Africa

Swatuk LA swatukla@mopipi.ub.bw,

bw

P

17. Integrated water resources management: Its functional roots in African holism

Latham CJK ecoed@mango.zw

zw

P

18. Namibian water sector reviewed towards integrated water resources management

Amakali M amakalim@mawrd.gov.na

na

P

19. Leakage control as a water demand management tool for the city of Mutare, Zimbabwe

Marunga A antonym@mature.intersol.co.zw

zw

O

20. Good water governance and integrated water resources management: The case of village water committees in Lesotho

Chakela QK qk.chakela@nul.ls

ls

P

21. Education in integrated water resources management in Southern Africa: A tracer survey of participants of the postgraduate programme in water resources engineering and management at the University of Zimbabwe

Mpala T tmpala@sirdc.ac.zw

zw

O

22. Water resources governance in Makanya Catchment, Tanzania: Disparity of local practices and policy - legal procedures

Msangi ASK swmrg@suanet.ac.tz

tz

P

23. Institutional set up for smallholder farmers in water resources management: A case study of Manoo Ndiva in Makanya Catchment in Tanzania

Mbonea G mboneag2004@yahoo.com

zw

P

24. Involvement of stakeholders in the water quality monitoring and surveillance system: The Case of Mzingwane

Love D davidlove@science.uz.ac.zw or davidrock @yahoo.com

zw

O

25. Water use and management in communal areas - Namibia

Nashipili N Nashipili@mawrd,gov.na

na

O

26. Integrated water resources management: The theory practice - NEXUS

Jonker L ljonker@uwc.ac.za

za

P

27. Capacity development in IWRM: Reflections on the WaterNet experience

Jonker L ljonker@uwc.ac.za

za

P

28. Managing the impact of gold panners within the context of integrated water resources management planning: The case of the lower Manyane subcatchment, Zambezi Basin

Love D davidlove@science.uz.ac.zw or davidrock @yahoo.com

zw

O

29. An assessement of traditional water management practices and their implications for improved water governance; A case study from Mzingwane catchment, Zimbabwe

Twikirize D dhtwikirize@yahoo.com

zw

P

30. Towards establishing a community based integrated water resources management programme through a sustainable catchment in northern Malawi

Phiri GR grphir@yahoo.co.uk

mw

P

31. Overcoming shortfalls of water rights for irrigation use: Lessons from great Ruaha River catchment in Tanzania

Wolski P pwolski@orc.ub.bw

bw

P

32. Water governance: IWRM plans/efficiency, water demand management

Rajabu KRM rkossa@email.com

tz

P

33. A framework for pricing water supply and wastewater treatment services for Marondera municipality Zimbabwe

Chimhashu S chimhashu@myway.com

zw

P

34. IWRM capacity building needs and institutions in Malawi

Mulwafu W wmulwafu@chanco.unima.mw

mw

P

35. Access to and control of scarce water resources: Common pool water schemes in Masvingo and Chivi District, Zimbabwe

Tevera DS dtevera@arts.uz.ac.zw

zw

P

36. IWRM - is it a sufficient vehicle to facilitate the shift from sharing of water resources to sharing of benefits on transboundary water? Swaziland experience

Mndebele D dumichm@realnet.co.sz

sw

O

37. Influence of human activities on the hydrology of the Insiza River, Limpopo Basin, Zimbabwe - implications for catchment planning

Onema JM jmkilo3@yahoo.co.uk

zw

O

38. Community management: Building blocks of IWRM implementation

Chileshe P chileshe@newcastle.ac.uk

zw

P

39. Complete circle in the provision of water supply and sanitation services: The failure of PP in practice

Mashauri DA dmashauri@yahoo.com

tz

O

40. Perceptions of water scarcity: The case of Genadendal and outstations

Noemdoe S snoemdoe@uwc.ac.za

za

O

41. Wetland policy in Zimbabwe: The case of Manyuseni Ward in Chimanimani

Tinarwo N normandelron@yahoo.com

zw

P


THEME 2: IWRM TOWARDS THE ATTAINMENT OF HEALTH RELATEDMILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS

Paper/Poster title Surname Initials Email Address Country Decision
1. Integrated water resources management, poverty and HIV/AIDS linkage Chenha C chenha31978@yahoo.com tz O
2. School sanitation and hygiene and the Millenium Development Goals Moyo S smoyo@iwsd.co.zw zw P
3. Occurance of coagulating agents in Moringa oleifera seeds Chipofya VH vchipofya@poly.ac.mw mw P
4. Lead remediation of contaminated water using Moringa Stenopetala and Moringa Oliefera seed powder Henry EMT emhenry@chanco.unima.mw mw O
5. An evaluation of the sustainability of a rural water rehabilitation project in Zimbabwe Hoko Z hoko@eng.uz.ac.zw zw O
6. Epidemic cholera in Kwazulu -Natal: The role of the natural and socio-economic factors Said MD s22291823@tuks.co.za za O
7. Water and child mortality in D.R of the Congo: A contribution to the Millennium Development Goals Onema JK kileshye.onema@unilu.ac.cd cd P
8. Opportunities to improve the drinking water quality in Maputo, Mozambique Matsinhe N matsinhe@zebra.uem.mz or nelson.matsibhe@tvrl.lth.se mz O
9. Applicability of remote sensing methodologies in assessing water quality parameter in the Save Catchment area, Zimbabwe Mabvira-Meck M mabvira@science.uz.ac.zw zw P
10. An assessment of he rural water supply and sanitation (SWSS) coverage in Swaziland Mwendera EJ mwendera@agric.uniswa.sz sz P
11. Water quality of drinking water in urban dwellings: Cost and consequences Ntengwe F ftengwe@cbu.ac.zm zm P
12. HIV/AIDS homecare and access to water in rural communities in Ngamiland, Botswana Ngwenya BN bnngwenya@yahoo.com bw O
13. Analysis of the challenges posed by water pollution in providing standard water quality: The case of Chinhoyi urban, Zimbabwe Kusangaya S kusangay@arts.uz.ac.zw zw P
14. Contamination between source and point-of-use in rural South Africa and Zimbabwe: Implications for monitoring the Millennium Development Goals Gundry SW gundry@bristol.ac.uk uk O
15. Impact of Kaziwiziwi coal mining operations on Lake Malawi waters at Chiweta Rumpi, Malawi Chipofya VH vchpofya@poly.ac.mw mw P
16. The removal of Giardia spp.Cysts by waste stabilisation ponds in Matsapha Sewage Treatment plant Nkambule S snkambule@healthsci.uniswa.sz sz O
17. Ecosystem approach to human health: Experiences from an ongoing project on sustainable utilization of wetlands Chimbari MJ moseschimbari@yahoo.co.uk zw P
18. Investigation the potential risk of malaria transmission in the wetland under broad-ridge and broad-furrow tillage system Chimbari MJ moseschimbari@yahoo.co.uk zw O
19. Meeting health improvement indicators in waste stabilisation ponds effluents by a coupled dynamic roughing filters and subsurface horizontal flow constructed wetland in Tanzania Kimwaga RJ rkimwaga1970@yahoo.co.uk tz O

THEME 3: MAINSTREAMING GENDER IN IWRM

Paper/Poster title Surname Initials Email Address Country Decision
1. Gender mainstreaming in water management approaches in Namibia Gaseb A arnoldg@drfn.org.na na O
2. The gender dynamics in water resource management in rainwater harvesting systems: A case of semi-arid catchment area in same district, Tanzania Shetto MC swmrg@suanet.ac.tz tz O
3. The case of the Komati downstream development project Lynnk   lynnk@skpe.co.sz sz O
4. Mainstreaming gender in integrated water resources management (IWRM) within Africa Cities Case Study Douala City Cameroon Enie R rosembone@yahoo.com cn O
5. Gender roles and relations: Implications for water management Peter G gpeter@uniswacc.uniswa.sz sz O
6. Assessing the effect of gender on reducing the high rate of borehole breakdown in Malawi Chikusa M mfumuchikusa@.co.uk mw O
7. Wetlands and rural livelihoods: Socio-economic gender and health implications: An ethnographic and comparative study of Mutambi ward, Zvishavane district, Zimbabwe Chimbari MJ moseschimari@yahoo.co.uk zw O
8. Understanding conflicts over natural resource management in Zungwi vlei, Zimbabwe Chimbari MJ moseschimari@yahoo.co.uk zw O
9. Mainstreaming gender in integrated water resource management (IWRM) in Ipusukilo compound, Kitwe, Zambia Mutalange M mmutalange@hotmail.com zw P
10. Gender mainstreaming in water resources management Cosmas C ckosmas2@yahoo.com tz O

THEME 4: MAINTAINING ECOSYSTEM INTEGRITY-KEY INACHIEVING IWRM

Paper/Poster title Surname Initials Email Address Country Decision
1. Removal suspended of solids in sand abstraction systems Mutsvangwa C cmutsvangwa@nust.ac.zw zw P
2. An assessment of the plankton diversity as a water quality and ecosystem health indicator in small reservoirs in the Mzingwane Catchment, Zimbabwe Basima B frankbasima@hotmail.com zw O
3. The Gorongosa National Park Central Mozambique - Will the lake Urena disappear? Bohme B beate.boehme@student.tu-freiberg.de de P
4. Modelling nitrogen removal in a coupled HRP and unplanted horizontal flow subsurface gravel bed constructed wetland Mayo AW mayo@ce.udsm.ac.tz tz P
5. Role of Wetlands in flood mitigation: The Zambezi wetlands case study Murwira A murwira@arts.uz.ac.zw zw P
6. Investigating changes of inflows and outflows from the Okavango Delta Mazvimavi D dmazvimavi@orc.ub.bw bw P
7. Assessment of the impacts of pit latrines on ground water quality in rural areas: A case study from Marondera District, Zimbabwe Dzwairo B dzvairo@eng.uz.ac.zw zw O
8. Environmental flow requirements of the Rusape River, transboundary Save basin, Zimbabwe Mbi F fthmbi@yahoo.co.uk zw O
9. Treatment of tannin wastewater using a coupled three phase fluidised bed bioreactor and baffled constructed wetland Katima JHY katima@yahoo.co.uk   P
10. Towards valuation of wetlands in the Usangu plains for environmental management: Livelihoods issues and perceptions Kashaigili JJ jkashaigili@yahoo.co.uk   P
11. Water valuation in the Great Ruaha Catchment in Tanzania: Multisectoral analysis of the value of water Kadigi RMJ rmjkadigi@yahoo.co.uk tz O
12. Influence of the flood pulse on the history strategy of Schilbe intermedius (silver catfish) from the Okavango Delta, Botswana Mosepele

 

K kmosepele@orc.ub.bw bw P
13. Tree water uptake along ephemeral rivers - insights from the Kuiseb river, Namibia Schachtschneider K kschacht@botzoo.uct.ac.za na  
14. Observations on limnological conditions associated with a fish kill of Oreochromis niloticus in Lake Chivero following collapse of an algal bloom Mhlanga L wmhlanga@africaonline.co.zw zw P
15. Assessment of groundwater abstraction impacts in sensitive reverine environments of the Lower Okavango Delta, Botswana Linn F wrc@wrc.bw za O
16. The use of remote sensing images for monitoring environmental Indicators: The case of the Incomati Estuary, Mozambique Van der Zaag P p.vanderzaag@unesco-ihe.org nl O
17. An ecological economics framework for assessing environmental flows: The case of inter-basin water transfers in Lesotho Matete M mateteme@yahoo.co.uk or me.matete@nul.ls ls p
18. Maintaining coastal ecosystems integrity in achieving IWRM - Sri Lanka experiences Wickramanayake M mangala_srilanka@yahoo.com sl P
19. Distribution and geochemistry of Arsenic in the groundwater and sediments of the Okavango Basin, NW Botswana Huntsman-Mapila P pmapila@orc.ub.bw bw O
20. Water quality near some tourists' camps of the Okavango Delta, Botswana during high floods Masamba WRL wmasamba@orc.ub.bw bw P
21. The influence of flood pulse in macroinvertebrates community structure and water quality in the Okavango Delta, Botswana Mosepele B mosepele@yahoo.com bw O
22. Active biomonitoring of the Manyane River Zimbabwe: Influence of water quality on the survival and growth of bio-indicator organisms and on biomarker responses Masola B bmasola@medic.ac.uz.zw zw O
23. Nitrogen transformation in a coupled high rate - water hyacinth ponds Mayo AW mayo@ce.udsm.ac.tz tz P
24. Modelling faecal coliform mortality in water hyacinths ponds Mayo AW mayo@ce.udsm.ac.tz tz O
25. Non-perennial river systems - what are their environmental water requirements? Avenant MF avenantmf.scl@mail.uovs.ac.za za P
26. Nitrogen removal through nitrification- denitrification in a coupled HRP and constructed wetland systems Mayo AW mayo@ce.udsm.ac.tz tz P
27. Modelling biological phosphorus removal in activated sludge systems at Crowborough sewage treatment works and Kwekwe Northern sewage treatment works in Zimbabwe Mlambo D dmlambouk@yahoo.co.uk zw P
28. Impact of Zimunya Township's sewage waste disposal system on Murowa River in the Lower Odzi sub-catchment, Zimbabwe Masocha M masocham@arts.uz.ac.zw zw P
29. Effects of different land use patterns on the water quality of river Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo Munyuli TKH munyuli@yahoo.co.uk cg P
30. Available water for hydropower generation in Swaziland Mwendera EJ mwendera@agric.uniswa.sz sz P
31. Challenges and opportunities for sustaining the Usangu wetland in Tanzania Njau PH pude77@yahoo.com tz P
32. Water pollution: Pollutant loads in streams of heavily populated and industrialised urban dwellings Ntengwe F fntengwe@cbu.ac.zm zm P
33. Cestode parasites of the largemouth yellowfish, Labeobarbus kimberleyensis, as bioaccumulation indicators of heavy metal pollution in the Vaal River catchment area, South Africa Retief NR ronaldoretief@hotmail.com za O
34. Impacts of irrigation return flows on the receiving waters: A case of sugarcane irrigated fields at the Royal Swaziland Sugar irrigated fields at the Royal Swaziland Sugar Corporation (RSSC) in the Mbuluzi River Basin Mhlanga N nicolletemhlanga@yahoo.co.uk sz O
35. Working towards sustainable industrial development - Lesotho Tshabalala VM wpc@ilesotho.com or vuyanit@hotmail.com ls P
36. How ecological sanitation can reduce water pollution Nakamboa S simataa@lycos.com   P
37. Groundwater flow and contaminant transport model of the Zimphos factory site, Harare, Zimbabwe Ravengai S ravengai@science.uz.ac.zw zw O
38. Wastewater management at Zheng Yong factory, Swaziland: problems and issues Seyama S seyama@uniswacc.uniswa.sz sz O
39. An assessment of the level and effects of pollution along the shoreline of Sanyati Basin (Lake Kariba): An opportunity to develop bio-monitoring tools for reservoirs Phiri C crispenphiri@yahoo.co.uk zw O
40. Reconstructing the history of Lukobakobe River: An assessment of poverty, socio-economic and environmental implications in Mwanza, Tanzania Madulu N madulu@ira.udsm.ac.tz tz O
41. Spring protection: Achieving ecosystem restoration, conflict resolution and improved livelihoods for communities in Isiolo, Kenya Mati B mati@africaonline.co.ke ke P
42. Water quality of Notwane River in Botswana Emongor EVE vemongor@temo.bca.bz or gramolem@bca.bw bw O
43. An assessment of the performance of rapid sand filters in Zimbabwe: a case study from four urban centres Sangarwe N teesanic@yahoo.com zw O
44. Water the lifeblood of nature: A case of Bindura Nickel Corporation Rangarirai M rmazikana@bnc.co.zw zw P

THEME 5: WATER USE IN IRRIGATED AGRICULTURE, CHALLENGESAND OPPORTUNITIES IN SOUTHERN AFRICA

Paper/Poster title Surname Initials Email Address Country Decision
THEME 5: WATER USE IN IRRIGATED AGRICULTURE, CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES IN SOUTHERN AFRICA
1. Perspectives on the Kafue River Water Crisis: Analysing Water Scarcity challenges for Irrigation Chipeleme A chipele@impala.unza.zm zm P
2. The challenges for water allocation and permits for irrigation in Zambia Chipeleme A chipele@impala.unza.zm zm O
3. Irrigation water management and role of farmer organization Lashari B bakhshall@yahoo.com   P
4. Developing Chokwe: Challenges and opportunities Brito RMCL ruibrito@zebra.uem.mz mz O
5. Moving from sectoral to integrated water resources management in Tanzania Kadigi RMJ rmjkadigi@yahoo.co.uk tz O
6. Equity issues in irrigated agriculture: The case of small scale irrigated sugar cane in Swaziland Peter G gpeter@uniswacc.uniswa.co.sz sz O
7. The use of treated sewage water for Irrigation - Gaborone perspective Machacha S smachach@bca.bw. bw O
8. Small scale irrigated agriculture and food security in Swaziland Manyatsi AM Manyatsi@agric.uniswa.sz sz O
9. Organic matter as soil quality indicator: A case study of Chokwe Irrigation Scheme Chilundo MNG mchilundo@uem.mz mz P
10. Estimating actual evapotranspiration through remote sensing techniques to improve agricultural water management: A case study in the transboundary Olifants catchment in the Limpopo Basin, South Africa Mobin-ud-Din AM a.modin@cgiar.org za O
11. Determination of the potential for Irrigation in the Senqu Valley: A GIS modelling exercise within IWRM context Moeti LD I.d.moeti@nul.ls ls O
12. Alluvial aquifers in the Mzingwane Catchment: Their distribution, properties, current usage and potential expansion and risk Moyce W moyce@science.uz.ac.zw zw P
13. Challenges affecting irrigated water supply at Nyanyadzi smallholder irrigation scheme in Zimbabwe Mujere   mujere@arts.uz.ac.zw zw O
14. Cultivation livehoods: An assessment of water allocation and management practices in small-scale irrigation schemes: A case study of Mzingwane catchment Munamati M muchiemunamati@yahoo.com zw P
15. Soil salinization in Chokwe irrigation scheme: The case study of Distribution D11 Munguambe P paiva.munuambe@uem.mz mz P
16. Effect of treated secondary sewage effluent used for irrigation on the soil chemical properties Emongor EVE yemongor@temo.bca.bw bw P
17. Impact and sustainability of drip irrigation kits, in the semi-arid lower Mzingwane sub-catchment, Limpopo Basin, Zimbabwe Moyo R richmoyo2004@yahoo.co.uk zw p
18. Socio-economics aspects of irrigated agriculture in semi- arid environments Mwakalila S smwakalila@yahoo.com    
19. Water allocation practices for smallholder farmers in South Pare Mountains, Tanzania: A case study of Manoo Micro dam (Ndiva) Vyagusa FN nchungeye1971@yahoo.com tz  
20. Effects of mulching and regulated irrigation on growth, yield and profitability of tomato production in Swaziland Wahome W wahome@agric.uniswa.sz sz P
21. Urban wastewater use and benefits in urban agriculture irrigation in Zimbabwe: A case of Bulawayo City Makoni FS fsmakoni@iwsd.co.zw zw P

THEME 6: INNOVATIONS IN UNDERSTANDING THE WATER CYCLE ANDIMPORTANT LINKS

Paper/Poster title Surname Initials Email Address Country Decision
1. Implementing the millennium development food security goals - challenges of the Southern African context Love D davidlove@science.uz.ac.zw zw O
2. An analysis of benefits to rural households from using an ephemeral river in a semi-arid environment: A case study of Boteti river in Ngamiland, Botswana Mazvimavi D dmazvimavi@orc.ub.bw bw O
3. Enhancing land and water use efficiency - A key to IWRM success in Southern Africa: A case from Sanyati Catchment in Zimbabwe Guzha E eguzha@zol.co.zw zw P
4. Use of maize seedlings for maize production as a strategy for addressing the problem of delayed rains in Swaziland Edje OT otedje@agric.uniswa.sz sz O
5. Development of a methodology for identifying potential sites for rainwater harvesting: a case of Makanya catchment in Tanzania Mkiramwinyi FO framwinyi@yahoo.com tz P
6. Rainfall prediction, management and utilization for crop production in conservation agriculture plots at Shewula Mlipha M mlipha@science.uniswa.sz sz O
7. Water productivity analysis for smallholder rain-fed systems: A case study of Makanya catchment, Tanzania Mutiro J mutirojt@yahoo.co.uk tz O
8. Macro catchment rainwater harvesting and challenges, a case of Makanya catchment in Tanzania Mzirai O swmrg@suanet.ac.tz tz P
9. An assessment of sustainable maize production for smallholder agro-ecosystems in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa Walker NJ 201510027@ukzn.ac.za za P
10. Rainwater harvesting technologies: Contribution to rural livelihoods in Zimbabwe, the case of Chivi ward, Masvingo Kusangaya S kusangay@arts.uz.ac.zw zw P
11. Agriculture sustainability of rain-fed agriculture in Botswana: A case study in the Pandamatenga plains Alemaw BF alemaw@mopipi.ub.bw bw O
12. Real-time vegetation modelling using remote sensing and rainfall data Alemaw BF alemaw@mopipi.ub.bw bw P
13. An investigation of the possible causes of water well failure in the Gaotlhobogwe wellfield, South-Eastern Botswana Alemaw BF alemaw@mopipi.ub.bw bw P
14. A new approach to model water stock variation in the Zambezi river basin using GRACE Winsemius HC H.C.Winsemius@CiTG.TUDelft.NL nl O
15. Public perceptions and attitudes towards wastewater reuse for agricultural purposes, a case study of Bulawayo City Chioreso R Rennie@iwsd.co.zw zw P
16. Assessment of status, utilisation and potential of Mt. Kilimanjaro water resources for livelihood improvement: The case of Sango and Mowo villages in Northern Tanzania Wickama JM wickama@yahoo.com. tz P
17. Soil water relations and crop productivity in a vlei under broad-ridge and broad-furrow tillage system Chimbari MJ moseschimbari@yahoo.co.uk or ulkrs@telco.co.zw zw P
18. An Assessment of the multiple uses of small reservoirs, water usage and productivity in the Mzingwane catchment, Limpopo River Basin. Senzanje A senzanje@agric.uz.ac.zw zw P
19. On the role of rainfall distribution and soil type on runoff generation in semi-arid Southern Zimbabwe Mugabe FT ftmugabe@yahoo.com zw O
20. Forecasting runoff coefficients using ANN for water resources management: The case of Notwane catchment in Eastern Botswana Parida BP paridab@mopipi.ub.bw bw O
21. Land use cover changes: Impact of pine forest on rainfall runoff Mulunguzi catchment Area - Malawi Mbano D mbanod@yahoo.com mw O
22. Modelling land water interactions in Simiyu River Catchment using the Soil Water Assessment (SWAT) Mulungu DMM deo@wrep.udsm.ac.tz or deorgm@yahoo.co.uk tz O
23. Soil-water conservation and other rain water harvesting strategies in the semi-arid Mzingwane Catchments, Limpopo Basin, Zimbabwe Mupangwa W w.mupangwa@cgiar.org   P
24. The Water balance of a tropical shallow crystalline Basement Aquifer from Field Measurements and a daily water balance model Nyagwambo L nyagwambo@iwsd.co.zw zw O
25. Estimation of small reservoir storage capacities in Limpopo River Basin using geographical information systems and remotely sensed surface areas for use in water resources planning and management Sawunyama T tintosawuz@yahoo.com zw P
26. Analysis of the Usuthu river flow at GS6 Siphofaneni Dlamini M musadlamnla1ssa.co.sz sz P

SUBMITTED AS POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Paper/Poster title Surname Initials Email Address Country Decision
1. The FIRM Approach: Closing the gap between service providers and local communities for improved sustainable livelihoods Boois S salamonb@drfn.org.na na P
2. Cuvelai Basin monitoring system: contributing to sustainable development Mazambani C clerem@drfn.org.na na P
3. Local water point committees - An Approach to community based management of natural resources Ganeb K luckyg@drfn.org.na na P
4. Governance and integrated in the implementation of water projects: A case for co-ordination - a look at the water desk model Manning N mseely@drfn.org.na na P
5. Determining environmental water flow in ephemeral rivers using the Basin Management Approach: a comparison between Botswana, Namibia and South Africa Matros A annam@drfn.org.na na P