Managing Water Across Borders

…from The New Nation

“Several key analytical tools are being developed that enable sharper analysis of transboundary water interaction. These include great improvements in data gathering and through increased use of GIS; the Transboundary Water Interaction NexuS (TWINS) that allows us to work with the dual nature of co-existing conflict and cooperation; continued improvement and expansion of education and capacity-building; and the Transboundary Water Opportunity (TWO) analytical method. Through methodological consideration of crucial areas of interaction, the application of the TWO analysis to the Nile, Jordan and SADC rivers points to potential opportunities that few had previously thought possible.”