Since 2011, the Programme has had an impact not only in the rural communities where the CJF is working but also in the way that all the levels of the Malawian Public Administration look at the water resources management and the sustainability in the long term.
Likewise, it has built strong bonds between Scotland and Malawi through knowledge exchange and life-experiences from the people (both of Malawi and of Scotland) that have had the opportunity to work in a very different environment.
First mapping of water points completed. Evaluation of groundwater sources and management.
Second mapping of water points and risks to water points completed. Evaluation of temporal changes to groundwater resource resilience evaluated.
Several training in Hydrogeology, IWRM and permaculture. Continues visits to Scotland and Malawi
Mapping of 8 Districts to be completed. Improved work streams framework: Mapping, Capacity, Policy and Research.
Embedding Malawi National Data within Management Information System
Project starts in Chikwawa District
Permaculture, Drilling Practices and implementation of IWRM approach evaluated. Global conference on Transboundary Aquifers held in Glasgow
Programme extended to 8 Districts and 2019 (CJFII). Further engagement with MoAIWD.
Work on Borehole Forensics and drilling practices. Engagement with Water Boards
Mapping complete in the whole county. Progress on Borehole Forensics, SDG indicators and NWRA implementation