Sunday, November 19, 2017

Efficient Management of Agricultural Water Vital For National Attainment of SDGs – Experts Conclude

Ama Kudom-Agyemang October 03, 2017 A cross section of agricultural scientists, water experts and sector related policy makers in Ghana have established the importance of...

FAO Roots for Unlocking Africa’s Agriculture Potential

Water Journalists Africa May 16, 2017 Even with some large arid and semi-arid areas, the continent’s vast water resources are, on average underutilized, with only...

Ghana: Global Agencies Hail Africa’s Water Monitoring and Reporting System

PAMACC News Agency May 07, 2017 Stakeholders from across the globe have commended Africa’s trail-blazing web-based monitoring and reporting system for the water and...

Feature: Construction of Two Dams Changes Village Life in Sudan

Ishraga Abbas March 21, 2017 Two dams constructed in eastern Sudan have changed the lives of many village communities, enabling villagers to live lives they...

Nile Basin Water Journalists, Researchers Excited By a UNESCO-IHE Project Targeting Bringing Them Together

Fredrick Mugira February 07, 2017 For over 20 years Ishraga Abbas has practiced professional journalism in Sudan – one of the most water-stressed countries on...

Ethiopia: Why Conservation of Wetlands Makes Sense

Dagim Terefe February 3, 2017 As the world celebrated the 2017 World Wetlands Day on Thursday, February 2 2017, the focus this time around was on...

Feature: Sudan Struggles To Improve Access to Water, Sanitation and Hygiene

Ishraqa Abbas Khartoum, 01 January, 2017 Sudan’s sanitation sector (safe drinking water and adequate sewage disposal) is faced with serious challenges that deem it difficult to...

‘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...
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Feature: Taking Stock of Lusaka’s Groundwater and Its Renewability

By NEWTON SIBANDA November 17, 2017. The groundwater resource underlying Lusaka is of critical importance, providing more than half of the city’s current water needs. ...
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Life After Gibe III Dam Construction: Kenya’s Smallest Tribe Struggles to Survive as...

In the featured video “Profiles from the Jade Sea,” we hear from Kenya’s most vulnerable people, and about their relationship with the lake. This...

COP23: Give Us Funds to Implement the Paris Agreement – LDCs Tell COP 23

PAMACC News Agency November 07, 2017 As the 23rd round of climate change negotiations kick off in Bonn Germany, the chair of the Least Developed...