“South Africa is one of the world’s driest countries, receiving approximately one-quarter of average levels of rainfall, with most precipitation confined to small areas of the country.”
This video from the Natural Resource Stewardship Programme discusses how they are using indigenous practices to restore the ecosystem and ensure water security for those in drought-affected areas. It also focuses on the impacts of invasive species and the major problems they cause for stakeholders in South Africa.
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