The Southern and Eastern Africa Regional Network (SearNet) is a regional network of practitioners who promote rainwater harvesting (RWH) for domestic, agricultural, industrial and environmental uses in the region. SearNet has been in existence since 1998.
The mission of SearNet is to link its member associations for promotion of RWH and its utilization. SearNet operates in eighteen countries in Eastern and Southern Africa, ten of which are registered while the remaining eight are associated members.
In order to develop a proposal for the SearNet Billion Dollar Business Plan (BDBP) project in Kenya by the end of the year, SearNet, in partnership with ICRAF
AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS (July 17, 2015) — Rainwater harvesting can have a huge impact on climate resilience, food security, hygiene