- Institutional Strengthening Project
- Shared Vision Program
- Applied Training Project
- Nile Trans-boundary Environmental Action Program
- Regional Power Trade
- Efficient Use of Water for Agriculture Project
- Water Resources Planning and Management Project
- Socio-Economic Development and Benefit Sharing
- Confidence Building and Stakeholder Involvement Project
- Shared Vision Program Coordination
The CBSI project was one of the most wide-ranging SVP projects, it was cross cutting all projects and aimed at increasing public awareness and stakeholder’s involvement, expand understanding, confidence and foster basin-wide ownership. The project has been a multi-country program, policy and institutional reforms were national responsibilities. It recognised the importance of national sovereignty and national nature of reform process. To lay a solid foundation for regional cooperation and ensure full stakeholder involvement, several initiatives were adopted by the project and these included activities that supported a regional dialogue on good practise elements of policy related issues and promoted a common understanding of the interaction between national policies, regional needs and cooperative development.
In order to achieve its objective the project focused on three elements:- Public information within and across basin countries, stakeholder involvement at country level and confidence building across neighbouring countries, with activities initiated at all three levels i.e. regional, sub-regional and national.
Various stakeholders were involved in the project and these include members of the project steering committee (PSC) who provided oversight and guidance to project implementation. Others included, decision makers, members of parliament, lawyers, women, elders, opinion leaders, youth, local riparian users and the civil society.
|No||Document Name||Post Date|
|1||Stakeholders Involvement on Social Issues on Power and Hydropower Projects||23-Aug-2010|
|2||Confidence Building and Stakeholder Involvement Project, Kenya Office Annual Report 2008||10-Aug-2010|