OKACOM's work is advisory in nature, guided through meetings of the Commission and the Okavango Basin Steering Committee and informed by the technical advice of its task forces and special advisors. OKACOM's Secretariat provides day to day support for the Commission's work, and partner organizations and projects fund and carry out activities on the ground that are aligned to the Cubango-Okavango Strategic Action Programme.
OKACOM's work is summarized in its annual reports.
Promoting consensus through dialogue: OKACOM's Meetings
Knowledge to support decision-making: Transboundary Diagnostic Analysis (TDA)
Action based on knowledge: Strategic Action Programme (SAP)
Partnerships for planning and capacity building: Projects and Partners
Work with us
From its offices in Maun, Botswana, OKACOM’s Secretariat operates with a small permanent staff, specialists seconded from member state governments and short-term consultants and volunteers. Vacancies and Requests for Proposals can be found here.