This paper presents research that is aimed at exploring the opportunities that transformative digital science and technologies for sustainable transboundary water resources management. The research explores the implications of various disruptive digital technologies to the advancement of sustainable transboundary water cooperation. Potential applications identified include in empowering stakeholders, providing them with voice mechanisms and strengthening their participation in basin discourse through easy accesses to knowledge and information, and innovative capacity building for transboundary negotiation.:
This paper analyses the different water resources development plans of the Eastern Nile Countries and formulates different scenarios by which the countries get to implement these scenarios. For each scenario, it assesses how cooperative or conflicting implementing the scenario will be, and the likelihood of attaining water-energy-food security for all riparians under the scenario.