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Legal aspects of transboundary water management: An analysis of the intergovernmental institutional arrangements in the Okavango River Basin
(Cambridge University Press, 2020-01-10)
The Okavango River Basin is a transboundary basin which serves as an important source of water resources for three riparian Southern African states, namely Angola, Botswana, and Namibia. If not properly managed, the Okavango ...
HIV/AIDS, artisanal fishing and food security in the Okavango Delta, Botswana
Generally, rural households pursue all year round natural and non-natural resource-based livelihood systems to diversify these options in order to cope with risks emanating from a range of shocks and stressors. Artisanal ...
Classical fisheries theory and inland (floodplain) fisheries management; is there need for a paradigm shift? lessons from the Okavango Delta, Botswana
(Fisheries and Aquaculture Journal, 2014-07-29)
This paper reviews the fisheries management question of inland (floodplain) systems in the developing world and proposes a paradigm shift in approach. Inland fisheries management is largely based on classical fisheries ...
Indigenous knowledge, livelihoods and government policy in the Okavango Delta, Botswana
(Nova Science Publishers, 2011)
Communities in and around the Okavango Delta are still highly dependent on natural resources, and indigenous knowledge pertaining to the use and management of these resources has helped sustain both people‟s livelihoods ...
“Where there is water there is fish” – Small-scale inland fisheries in Africa: dynamics and importance
The importance of fish, and in particular small fish, for sustainable and healthy livelihoods in Africa, as well as their strong relationship with climate driven water dynamics are generally undervalued and little understood ...