Climate Justice Fund Project : Climate Change Adaptation: Long-Term Ground Water Resource Management
Today's Groundwater for Tomorrows World
The aim of the Climate Justice Fund Project
The semi-arid region of Chikhwawa, in Southern Malawi, is highly dependent on Groundwater, this project aims to underpin groundwater advocacy at local level in support of long-term planning for Climate Change Resilience through adaptation and management.
Hydrogeology is the science of groundwater availability, quality, movement and management.
Permaculture uses wasted groundwater (or other water resource) to provide local scale agriculture for food security and climate change adaptation
IWRM and Policy
Integrated Water Resource Management (IWRM) links policy of water resources (surface / ground) for human use, food security & agriculture, economic security, and ecosystem resilience.
Scottish Government Climate Justice Fund
Government of Malawi
Chikhwawa District Council (implementation partner)
Ministry of Agriculture, Water Development and Irrigation
Water For People Malawi
Malawi NGO Partner
University of Strathclyde
Lead Project Partner