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Hotel Polana, Maputo, Mozambique; 1-2 November 2000 Organising Committee · Rui Brito, Universidade Eduardo Mondlane (ruibrito@zebra.uem.mz) · Jerry Ndamba, WARFSA (jndamba@iwsd.co.zw) · Pieter van der Zaag, WaterNet (waternet@eng.uz.ac.zw) List of Participants SYMPOSIUM PROGRAMME WEDNESDAY 1 NOVEMBER 2000 OPENING SESSION Chair: Prof Rui Brito, Universidade Eduardo Mondlane Guest of honour: Hon. Minister of Higher Education and Technology SPECIAL SESSION: FLOODS · J.D. CHEMBEZE: The impact of floods in cities: the cases of Maputo, Xai Xai, and Chokwe, Mozambique SPECIAL SESSION: BIO-MONITORING Chair: Dr Frank Kansiime, Makerere University · S. MTETWA et al, Establishment of reference sites for a bio-monitoring water quality assessment network in Zimbabwe (1) WATER AND THE ENVIRONMENT Chair: Dr Jenny Day, University of Cape Town · T. SINKALA:, M. MWALA & E.T. MWASE: The role of riverine communities in the management of water resources: control of aquatic weeds in the Lower Kafue river, Zambia · M. CHIMBARI, S. MADYIWA & R. MUSESENGWA: A trend analysis of pollutants at sampling points in a biological trickling filtration system and on a farm where a mixture of effluent and sludge are disposed  (2) NEW TOOLS Chair: Prof Damas Mashauri, University of Dar es Salaam · W.R. NYABEZE: Application of a GIS assisted hydrological drought analysis tool on selected catchments in Zimbabwe (3) PEOPLE, INSTITUTIONS AND POLICY Chair: Dr Paul Taylor, Chairperson Water Research Fund of Southern Africa THURSDAY 2 NOVEMBER 2000 (4) MANAGEMENT OF WATER SYSTEMS Chair: Dr Ron Chaoka, University of Botswana · G. SHILOMBOLENI & G. LANGENHOVE: Current initiatives and future action regarding catchment management in Namibia (5) WATER DEMAND MANAGEMENT Chair: Mr Ngoni Mudege, Institute of Water and Sanitation Development · M. MASIYANDIMA: Increasing the productivity of water at basin scale in the Olifants River Basin, South Africa (6) A NEW CURRICULUM Chair: Prof Hubert Savenije, IHE Delft OFFICIAL CLOSURE by Prof Al Wright, Chairperson WaterNet Steering Committee