Second webinar – Water reclamation

By Celma Janeiro and Noor Gulamussen

On 14 October 2020 we had our second webinar, with more than 60 participants. Read all about it below. Continue reading

Síntese do primeiro webinar – The urban Water Cycle

by Formão Gimo

Por forma de permitir o acesso à informação disseminada durante os webinars para leitores que não dominam a língua inglesa, partilhamos agora o relatório do webinar preparado pela AQUASHARE. Continue reading

Applying New Institutional Economics to the Mozambican water and sanitation sector

by Noud
I wrote my Industrial Ecology thesis as part of the this project, wherein I focussed on the (informal) institutions that govern the relations between the actors present in Maputo’s sanitation sector. My research found its origin in the school of New Institutional Economics (NIE), which is an economic perspective that attempts to extend economics by focusing on the institutions, i.e. the social and legal norms and rules, that underlie economic activity and with analysis beyond earlier institutional economics and neoclassical economics. NIE assumes that individuals are rational and that they seek to maximise their preferences, but that they also have cognitive limitations, lack complete information and have difficulties monitoring and enforcing agreements. Continue reading

Webinars on Integrated Urban Water Management

by André

As I mentioned in our last post we are organizing a series of webinars covering the various aspects of the “Integrated Urban Water Management “. The webinars are part of a project in partnership between AQUASHARE and TU Delft, funded by NWO‘s program on Urbanizing Deltas of the World. In this new post I am sharing detailed information about the first three events, starting from September 2020. Continue reading

New project: Supporting Integrated Urban Water approaches for urbanizing Maputo through capacity building and advocacy activities

by André

We are very happy to inform you that we have a new capacity building and advocacy project together with AQUASHARE. Read all below. Continue reading

Project update

by Noor, Celma, Natalia and Adriano
This is a long-due update on project activities. Each one of our PhD students wrote a short summary of the activities done in the previous months.

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EXPOPLAMA 2018 – Fostering innovation and entrepreneurship in the water sector

by André

Times flies and we just had a new edition of Aquashare Expoplama conference. This time around there was a great focus on innovation and entrepreneurship, two topics that are very important for us, so read along my highlights of the event. Continue reading

Maputo 2050: water demand and availability for a growing population and economy

by André

You might have understood by now that I really enjoy playing with data, particularly use publicly available data to characterize decision making processes in the water and sanitation sector in Mozambique. That’s exactly what I did for my previous article. This time around I am looking at water demand for the city of Maputo until 2050 and compare that to the existing and projected availability. Continue reading

IHE Delft interview with Natalia

by André

Natalia, who we featured a few weeks back, was recently interviewed by IHE Delft and told them all about her life as a PhD and about her work in Maputo. Don’t miss it! Continue reading