AFRICAN GREAT LAKES MONITORING
ENSURING THE BEST KNOWLEDGE IS GATHERED AND USED FOR HEALTHY AFRICAN GREAT LAKES
Management of large lakes needs to be based on facts and comparable data, measurements, and other scientific measures.
African Great Lakes Monitoring
An IISD-ACARE Project
Survey 1: Who is doing what and where are they doing it?
It is well known that it takes comprehensive knowledge to make good decisions, especially when the decisions affect our large, freshwater resources. The African Great Lakes support millions of people with food, drinking water, and employment. Without clean, abundant large lakes, many will not be able to realize their own vision of livelihoods, peace, and justice.
This preliminary survey is to gain a better understanding of people and institutions related to the African Great Lakes.
More information will be asked in follow-up steps. It is going to be useful to progress toward a larger, long-term monitoring network in relation to institutions and multi-lake monitoring.
Please complete the below survey and ask your colleagues to do so too as soon as possible.
Pierre-Denis Plisnier Ted Lawrence
Monitoring Programme Coordinator Executive Director
For questions on this survey or the monitoring programme, please contact email@example.com