Namibia, nestled on the South Western edge of the African continent, plays a leading role in the trajectory of the Okavango Delta's intricate river system. One of its primary tributaries, the Cubango river, flows along the Namibian border with Angola.
The implementation of a sustainable water monitoring system, in harmony with the changing nature of this flood channel, is crucial for the effective, ongoing management of this life source, both for the local communities that straddle its rivers edge, and creating a healthy, ecological balance between man and its environment.
Explore, document, and preserve the sources of the Okavango River Basin with the National Geographic Okavango Wilderness Project.
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