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Botswana

Botswana
  • Capital: Gaborone
  • Population: 2029307
  • Size: 600370.0 Km2

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Vulnerability and Risk Assessment in Botswana's Bobirwa sub-district: fostering people-centred adaptation to climate change
Adaptation at Scale in Semi-Arid Regions 2016
The Vulnerability Risk Assessment (VRA) methodology aims at developing a common understanding among various stakeholders, including government officials, village committees and local communities, about the main hazards and issues affe...
Climate change vulnerability and risk analysis in the Bobirwa sub-district, Botswana: towards improving livelihood adaptation to climate
H. Masundire / Adaptation at Scale in Semi-Arid Regions 2016
Semi-arid areas in Botswana are characterised by high rainfall variability, frequent droughts, low soil moisture and extreme events such as flash floods which normally combine with governance shortcomings and structural inequalities t...
Understanding vulnerability and adaptation in semi-arid areas in Botswana
Adaptation at Scale in Semi-Arid Regions 2016
Climate change is impacting and will continue to impact all sectors of the economy and society. In semi-arid areas there are opportunities to adapt to climate change but currently barriers exist to realize the full potential of these ...
Vulnerability and Risk Assessment in Botswana's Bobirwa Sub-District
Adaptation at Scale in Semi-Arid Regions 2016
Vulnerability and Risk Assessment (VRA methodology) aims at developing a common understanding among various stakeholders, including government officials, village committees and local communities, about the main hazards and issues affe...
Evaluating Botswana’s performance on National Vision 2016: public opinion on development pillars
R. Rekalake / Afrobarometer 2016
On 30 September 2016, Botswana will mark its 50th year of independence from the United Kingdom, a significant occasion for both celebration and reflection. An important part of this reflection has focused on Botswana’s tr...
Land, biodiversity and extractive industries in southern Africa: How effective are legal and institutional frameworks in protecting people and the environment?
Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa 2016
In the natural resources sector, laws are often formulated to regulate the relationship between men and the environment. Ideally, the law can play a vital role in regulating and protecting communities from adverse environmental and so...
Is community-based natural resource management in Botswana viable?
R. Chevallier; R. Harvey / South African Institute of International Affairs 2016
If Botswana is to continue its success story as an African anomaly, it will have to manage its transition to a less diamond-dependent economy skilfully. Until alternative and new sources of economic growth can be found, eco-to...
Region-Building and Peacebuilding in Southern Africa
Centre for Conflict Resolution, University of Cape Town (UCT) 2016
The Centre for Conflict Resolution (CCR), Cape Town, South Africa, and the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES) office in Gaborone, Botswana, hosted a two-day policy advisory group seminar in Gaborone, 19-20 September 2015, on “Region...
The implementation and impact of national qualifications frameworks: report of a study in 16 countries.
S. Allias / International Labour Organization 2010
This report aimed to produce empirical evidence and analysis of countries’ experiences of introducing qualifications framework as part of a strategy to achieve skills development and employment goals. A qualifications fra...
Reforming higher education: access, equity, and financing in Botswana, Ethiopia, Kenya, South Africa, and Tunisia
K. Gyimah-Brempong; P. Ondiege / World Economic Forum 2011
This chapter in the 2011 Africa Competitiveness Report analyses systems of higher education in Africa using five African countries— Botswana, Ethiopia, Kenya, South Africa, and Tunisia— as case studies. Specifically, ...
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