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Wednesday, February 7 2018 | NEW ERA SPORT 21 VACANCIES AT OKACOM European Union Delegation to Botswana and SADC have been in the process of formulating the support to Permanent Okavango River Basin Water Commission (OKACOM) which was established through the 1994 OKACOM Agreement. The Agreement commits the three Member States to promote a coordinated water resource development of the Cubango-Okavango River Basin (CORB). The basin is transboundary and includes parts of Angola, Botswana and Namibia. A Strategic Action Programme (SAP) for the Sustainable Development and Management of the Cubango-Okavango Basin was approved in 2011, and plans are being made to implement it. The SAP includes a long-term planning framework, the Basin Development and Management Framework (BDMF), established to improve the basin governance and tackle specific issues on 4 thematic areas: 1) livelihoods and socio-economic development; 2) water resources management; 3) land management; and 4) environment and biodiversity. Happy man… Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger Newlook Arsenal excites Wenger Just days after Arsenal were lurching towards another crisis, Arsene Wenger can suddenly look to a brighter future thanks to a revitalised attack spearheaded by Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Henrikh Mkhitaryan. An error-strewn 3-1 defeat at struggling Swansea last week was the latest low point of a troubled season for Arsenal. Coming just days after Alexis Sanchez blockbuster move to Manchester United, angry fans frustrated by the club’s failure to win the Premier League since 2004. But a week is a long time in the frenzied world of English football and by on Saturday, the Arsenal manager was which perceptions can change. It was little wonder Wenger was in such an upbeat mood as he had just watched Gabon striker Aubameyang, a £56 million ( million) club-record signing from Borussia Dortmund, and club’s stadium in a 5-1 demolition of Everton. Aubameyang’s pace and movement tormented the Everton defence as he while Mkhitaryan’s range of passing provided three assists as he linked up with fellow playmaker Mesut Ozil to devastating effect. A blur of one-touch passing, with Ozil, Mkhitaryan and Alex Iwobi switching positions behind Aubameyang, Arsenal’s effervescent performance was by far their most encouraging of a season that sees them engaged in a draining battle to qualify for the Champions League. Before kick-off in north London even that target seemed further away than ever. Not only was Arsenal’s malaise a cause for concern, but there were also doubts over Wenger’s moves for former Dortmund teammates Aubameyang and Mkhitaryan. After a disappointing spell at United, Mkhitaryan was dismissed in some quarters as a fading force and nothing more than a makeweight in the deal that sent Sanchez to Old Trafford. Aubameyang’s goal record with Dortmund was exemplary but there were questions about his volatile personality. Even he described himself as a “crazy kid” – a trait that led to him clashing with his Bundesliga club on several occasions. Those issues may yet resurface, but for now Wenger is keen to accentuate the positives after the eye-catching elan Arsenal start, and Aubameyang, on his debut, stole the show against Everton. “When you have new players it gives always a little positive swing, and it wakes everybody up as well, because there’s suddenly competition so they have to live with that as well,” said Wenger, who now faces the conundrum of how to use previous record signing Alexandre Lacazette. “Overall, I think as well we have a game based on team spirit so that kind of acceptance is very important and when accept our game, they are even easier to integrate into the team. “Your main target is just to get the players to enjoy the game they play, to share it with the fans, so when you have that positive experience it’s great for you.” Aubameyang’s impact was even more impressive given he had only two 45-minute training sessions and was battling an illness ahead of his debut. But it was Mkhitaryan, so assured in possession, which caught Wenger’s eye, drawing comparisons with Santi Cazorla, whose metronomic passing was such a key for Arsenal before his injury problems took hold. – Nampa/AFP The proposed action to be supported by European Union focuses on establishing the foundation for sound decision-making by supporting the BDMF, in particular the data collection, data management and analytical systems that provide information used in decision-making (Decision Support System –DSS Thematic area 2) water resources management, will focus in filling gaps in the data monitoring networks and developing early warning systems; and thematic area 3) land management, will aim at introducing better land-use planning guidelines and addressing livelihood issues that lead to environmental degradation. The overall objective of the Action is to strengthen the Cubango-Okavango river Basin governance and promote sustainable management of its water and land resources. The proposed programme has been defined within the overall structure of the SAP and has the following three specific objectives: 1. To improve the Decision Support Systems (DSS) used in the Cubango-Okavango Basin Development and Management Framework (BDMF) to enable OKACOM to provide effective advice to member states; 2. To strengthen water management in the Cubango-Okavango River Basin, through improved water resources data availability and early warning system; 3. To strengthen land management in the Cubango-Okavango basin through improved land use planning, reduction of environmental degradation and improved livelihood. In light of the above, OKACOM is inviting applications from qualified candidates for the following positions. Detailed job descriptions for these advertised positions can be accessed from the OKACOM website ( i) Project Manager The EUP Project Manager will provide specific professional knowledge that is needed for the guidance and evaluation of results of the SAP programme implementation with regard to the EU Project. The functions includes provision of the overall oversight of project implementation, preparation of the required technical studies and strategic analysis for OKACOM as well as the specific professional knowledge that is needed for the guidance to and evaluation of results of the SAP programme implementation. The function includes preparation of the required technical studies and policy analysis for OKACOM. ii) Decision Support Specialist The Decision Support Specialist has overall responsibility for the development of the DSS including: design of the structure of the DSS incorporating where appropriate the existing basin information systems and planning tools in proper synchronisation with existing platforms and systems across the Member States; development of integrated Geographical Information System (GIS) and the linkages to national databases and support to national departments for developing and upgrading the GIS and databases; design and linkages to remote sensing data management systems; design and implementation of use interfaces/ dashboards/ websites; and training of OKASEC and Member State professional staff in the use of the DSS. For further enquiries contact Ms Shirley N Selolwane at CLOSING DATE FOR ALL APPLICATIONS IS 28 th FEBRUARY 2018

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