The 5th Ugandan Water and Environment Week takes place from the 20th to 25th of March 2022. The conference provides a platform where a wide range of stakeholders can exchange knowledge, understand each other’s perspectives, and learn for the improvement of Uganda’s water and environment resources. The event is growing into a flagship conference for natural resources discourse not only in Uganda, but at the regional level. For the fifth time, policy makers, technical specialists, academics, public and private sector institutions, civil society organizations, NGOs and consumers come together, this year to discuss the topic of “Water and environment for peace and socio-economic transformation of Uganda”.
The Natural Resources Stewardship Programme (NatuReS) contributes to the conference with a presentation and following panel discussion on March 22nd, 12:00-14:30 CET, entitled: The Catchment Stewardship Approach in Practice – Lessons from the Natural Resources Stewardship Programme (NatuReS).
Register and join only via this link: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwqcemgrz0oE9QaOZjgo6NOzprqV58EgzCr
After a set-the-scene presentation by Dr. Hans Komakech from the Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology on “How stewardship partnerships can contribute to ecological restoration and sustainable economic development”, partners from public, private sector and civil society will share experiences from multi-stakeholder stewardship partnerships across five Sub-Saharan African countries, reflect on key lessons and provide perspectives for the future.
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