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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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Museveni Cautions against Approaching River Nile Issues from a Parochial Point Of View

Orishaba Adella June 23, 2017 Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni has told heads of state at the first ever summit of the Nile Basin...

African Leaders Told to be Champions of Climate Change

PAMACC News Agency June 12, 2017 Ahead of the writing of the Paris rulebook and preparations for the 2018 Facilitative Dialogue, Major Groups attending this...

U.S. Government aids Drought-hit Namibia

WaterSan Perspective Reporter in Namibia June 02, 2017 United States Ambassador Thomas F. Daughton has handed over the first of eight water tanker trucks to...