Water Management in Zambezi Valley – Stakeholders’ Perspectives
ZAMADZI is a capacity building project in which a Dutch consortium of universities and institutes works together with Agência do Zambeze and eight institutes for higher education in the Zambezi valley. The aim of the project is to increase the (educational) capacity with respect to integrated water management in the Zambezi valley. During the initial stage of the project (May 2017) stories were collected among different stakeholders about their experiences with water management in the Zambezi valley, about cooperation and shared efforts. These experiences give context and meaning to the project. Both qualitative and quantitative information (response patterns) are accessible in the report. The results are part of a baseline study, used to design adequate responses to address stakeholders’ perspectives and to monitor effects of ZAMADZI interventions.
WHO ARE THE STORYTELLERS?
What is your position in your organisation?
To which stakeholder do you belong?
Where do you live?
Can you point out on the map below where you live in the Zambezi valley?
What is your sex?
STORIES and EXPERIENCES in WATER MANAGEMENT
Respondents were asked to tell a story - positive or negative - about an experience that have had regarding water management in the Zambezi Valley. Hereafter they self-interpreted their experience and gave it deeper meaning
A final question about your story: if it would be published in a newspaper, what would be the headline?
My experience had mostly to do with (select max 3 options)
What is the tone and frequency of happenings in your story? (filter: key players classification)
What is the tone and frequency of happenings in your story? (filter: sex)
Can you point out on the map where the story occurred?
What is the most important resource to improve water management in the Zambezi valley?
COOPERATION AMONG STAKEHOLDERS