Somalia: Norway scales Up Efforts to End Famine caused by Severe Drought in Somalia

WaterSan Perspective February 18, 2017 Somalia has once again been hit by a severe drought, which could quickly develop into a famine. “A large proportion...

Ethiopia: Experts Warn of Dire Consequences as Lake Turkana’s Water Levels Fall

WaterSan Perspective February 15, 2017 Dropping water levels in Kenya’s Lake Turkana following the development of dams and plantations in Ethiopia’s lower Omo Valley threaten...

‘Spirit of Paris’ Continues as Governments Get Down to Implementing their New Landmark Climate...

Water Journalists Africa May 26, 2016 The first UN climate change meeting since governments adopted the landmark Paris Agreement closed today amid a suite of positive...

Kenya: Kanyone Residents Bask In Water Glory

By Paschal B. Bagonza, Mary Mwendwa, Gasirigwa Sengiyumva For numerous families in rural Kenya without piped water, buying water from private vendors can cost a...

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Winners of this Year’s Water Integrity Network’s Photo Competition Announced

Adella Mbabazi March 22, 2017 The Water Integrity Network (WIN) has announced winners of this year’s photo competition, dedicated to wastewater management. The 2016 WIN photo competition...

Nigeria: Government Petitioned To Prioritize Water to Achieve SDGs

WaterSan Perspective Reporter March 22, 2017 In commemoration of the 2017 World Water Day on March 22nd, the Climate and Sustainable Development Network of Nigeria (CSDevNet)...

Since 1900, the World Has Lost Half Of Its Wetlands

Since 1900, the World Has Lost Half Of  Its Wetlands