Water School Africa (WSA) is a partnership between communities engaged in natural water retention practices in their local villages/areas/regions.

The overall goal of this Pan African Water School is to stimulate community interaction and action to improve an understanding of, and boost capacity in sustainable local, community based water resource management across Africa. And then to share that widely with each other as well as with people and communities across the world.

In countries across the world, small communities are doing pioneering work in creating and securing local water sources and reversing the adverse impacts of too much water (floods) or too little water (droughts). This Water Schools web portal presents their successful methods of water retention interventions through their own presentations and videos of their successful methods.

Click on the map pins above for water literacy presentations.

Or view: ActionsMethods