The aim of the project is to contribute to sustainable climate change (CC) resilient urban water planning mechanisms and action based on international benchmarking within local authorities (LAs) and ensuring multiplier effects to the region. It focuses on the nexus of climate change and water, in particular droughts and floods, while identifying and implementing priority adaptation
measures to assist the most vulnerable sectors in the participating local authorities. Having identified potential adaptation measures for each of the SUReWater cities of Francistown (Botswana), Blantyre (Malawi), Walvis Bay (Namibia), Nelson Mandela Bay (South Africa), Lusaka
(Zambia) and Bulawayo (Zimbabwe); these local adaptation options require prioritisation and further evaluation by means of a CBA.
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