Press statement on the Extension of Borehole Registration
The Water Resources Management Authority (WARMA) has extend the Borehole registration deadline from 30th September, 2018 to 31st March, 2019. Press Statement on the...
PRESS RELEASE ON COMPLIANCE LEVELS ON GROUND WATER REGULATIONS
The Acting Director General for Water Resources Management Authority responded to a press query from Media Houses on the compliance levels on...
Ministrial Press Statement
The Ministry Of Water Development, Sanitation and Environmental Protection (MWDSEP) released a press statement clarifying the enactment of the statutory instruments on fees and charges, licensing of drillers…
WARMA Acting Director General launches 2018 Zambia National Water Stewardship Award
Water Resources Management Authority Acting Director General Mr. Lemmy Namayanga launched the 2018 Zambia National Water Stewardship Award. During the…
Minister of Water Development, Sanitation and Environmental Protection launches Statutory Instruments regulation of groundwater and licensing of drillers for Water Resources Management
The introduction of groundwater regulation in Zambia
In view of…
Hon. Kaziya making a presentation during the Africa Hydromet event panel discussion at COP 22
Hon. Lloyd Kaziya M.P, Minister for Water Development, Sanitation and Environmental Protection called for modernisation of…
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TOPIC: Informacje o kredytach.
Informacje o kredytach.
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The Water Resources Management Authority (WARMA) is an autonomous body established by the Water Resources Management Act, No. 21 of 2011. WARMA exercises control over all water resources in Zambia as envisioned in the Water Resources Management Act. The Act set out provisions to regulate the use of water in Zambia by considering or issuing of water permits with the exception of international shared water bodies.
To preserve and protect Zambia’s ground and surface water resources and regulate the abstraction, allocation, use, development and management of water resources in a sustainable manner.