Tuesday, November 21, 2017

EU Launches Water and Sanitation Project in Somalia

Hannington Katehangwa April 7, 2017 The European Union has launched a project designed to increase access to water supply and sanitation services in Somalia. It...

Kenya: Sand Dams an Answer to Kenya’s Water Woes?

Mary Mwendwa April 04, 2017 It is exactly 12 pm. At Mwinge River, many people are gathered with gallons, donkeys and handcarts ready to get...

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...

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...

Zambia and DR Congo Strike A Deal on Management of Luapula River

Newton Sibanda March 01, 2017 ZAMBIA and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) are in the process of establishing the Luapula River Authority (LRA) to...

Feature: World Bank and African Development Bank Support Mega Water Project In Rivers State...

Christian Maduka (Communications and Social Marketing Expert, PH) March 1, 2017 Rivers State Government and the Port-Harcourt Water Corporation (PHWC) have embarked on implementing a project...

Cape Verde: Greenpeace Raises Awareness on the State Of Fisheries in West Africa

Water Journalists Africa February 24, 2017 My Esperanza - the Greenpeace shipThe Greenpeace ship - My Esperanza has today docked at the port of Praia in...

Zambia: New Water Project Launched

JULIUS PHIRI February 24, 2017 NYIMBA Member of Parliament (MP) Olipa Mwansa has commended Eastern Water and Sewerage Company (EWSC) and Devolution Trust Frund (DTF) for...

Somalia: UN Warns of Famine Danger as Drought Intensifies

Water Journalists Africa February 18, 2017 As a devastating drought grips Somalia, UNICEF and the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) are warning that only a...

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...
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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...