8034-01. WWF SRJS Zambia
IUCN-NL and WWF-NL work together in a Dutch-funded Strategic Partnership called SRJS: Shared Resources, Joint Solutions (2017-2020). The NCEA has an agreement with SRJS to develop joint capacity building programmes and Zambia is one of the focus countries and regions.
Advisory reports and other documents
|26 Jun 2017: Memorandum|
|ESIA exploratory mission report June 2017 - Zambia|
|27 Sep 2018: Memorandum|
|Final mission report July 2018|
|07 Aug 2019: Memorandum|
|Final workshop report WWF SRJS Zambia|
In SRJS, ESIA/SEA processes are seen as relevant instruments to implement a multi-stakeholder landscape approach. In Zambia, the NCEA cooperates with WWF Zambia to further increase the capacity in ESIA/SEA systems and practice. This cooperation takes place within the framework of the Zambia Basin Freshwater Strategy (2016-2020) of WWF Zambia and Mozambique. A key partner in this cooperation is the Zambia Environmental Management Authority (ZEMA). The activities in Zambia mainly focus on strengthening CSO's skills in engaging in ESIA/SEA processes, ZEMA's capacity to fulfill their mandate and improvements in the regulatory framework.
Members of the working group
|Bryony Walmsley, PhD|
Technical secretary: Leyla Özay, MSc
Last modified: 01 Feb 2022