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Floods have always been a part of the history of the Zambezi River but the benefits outweigh the negative impacts of life on the river. Floods
bring sediments rich in nutrients, feed wetlands, clean the canals, tributaries and branches, and much more. In the past, the highly predictable
flooding regime of the Zambezi River allowed for the emergence of traditional practices and social systems that relied on and benefited from the
river's natural functioning
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