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Zimbabwe

This part of the SAIEA Calabash Website contains links to Zimbabwe-specific EIA and public participation resources and information. If you do not find what you need, remember to also look under the International, Africa or SADC categories.
If you have any additional information and resources to contribute to this part of the Website, please contact us at the Calabash Website.

For Zimbabwe-specific information and resources, click on any of:

COUNTRY REPORT ON EIA

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION GUIDELINES

EIA GUIDELINES AND APPLICABLE LAWS

RESOURCES: METHODOLOGIES, PRACTICAL EXAMPLES, CAPACITY BUILDING

CASE STUDIES

TRAINING

CONTACTS

  • Key government officials dealing with EIA
  • Key NGOs and CBOs dealing with EIA
  • Key academic Institutions dealing with EIA
  • Other contacts
    COUNTRY REPORT ON EIA back to top PUBLIC PARTICIPATION GUIDELINES
    Most public participation guidelines are not necessarily Zimbabwe-specific. Much of the available resources and information were generated internationally. However, most international resources are universally applicable or at least contain good guidelines or principles to go by. Therefore, if you do not find what you need under this part of the Website, remember to also look under the International, Africa or SADC or other country categories especially for South Africa.

    Also, if you have materials to contribute, please contact us at the Calabash Website.

    EIA GUIDELINES AND APPLICABLE LAWS
    Environmental Impact Assessments are conducted all over the world to identify the potential negative and positive impacts of a proposed project, and to recommend mitigation measures to avoid or reduce potential negative impacts and enhance positive impacts. Almost every country has its own EIA guidelines and laws or regulations. There are also many generic EIA guidelines available internationally so remember to look under the International, Africa, SADC or other country categories, especially for South Africa.

    Also, if you have materials to contribute here, please contact us at the Calabash Website.

    back to top RESOURCES: METHODOLOGIES, PRACTICAL EXAMPLES, CAPACITY BUILDING
    There are many practical resources for public participation and EIA available on the Internet, mostly from international sources. Below, we provide some specific to Zimbabwe. Where possible, we have grouped the resources. Also remember to look under the International, Africa or other country categories, especially for South Africa, for resources.

    Also, if you have materials to contribute to this part of the site, please contact us at the Calabash Website.

    back to top CASE STUDIES
    Many guidelines, manuals, toolkits and other public participation resources contain case studies. Here we list those that specifically draws attention to them in their Website descriptions, but remember to look under other sites too, and remember to look under the Africa, SADC and specific country categories too, especially for South Africa.

    If you have materials to contribute, please contact us at the Calabash Website.

    back to top TRAINING
    Training in EIA and public participation is available from a variety of sources internationally, and also from within Africa. Also remember to look under the International, SADC or other country categories, especially for South Africa for training opportunities.

    If you have information on training courses to contribute here, please contact us at the Calabash Website.

    CONTACTS
    The organisations in this contact list are listed alphabetically under the following categories:

  • Key government officials dealing with EIA
  • Key NGOs and CBOs dealing with EIA
  • Key academic Institutions dealing with EIA
  • Other contacts Key government officials dealing with EIA back to top Key NGOs and CBOs dealing with EIA Key academic institutions dealing with EIA back to top Other contacts