Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Kenya: Yala Swamp on Deathbed

Mary Mwendwa August 10, 2012 Up to some 60 percent of global wetlands have been destroyed in the past 100 years as people search for land...

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...

WATER AND SANITATION PROBLEMS RAVAGE AFRICA.

By Joseph Ngome Kisumu, Kenya. KENYA, The disclosure that only four countries in Africa continent have managed to provide better sanitation to their citizens leaves...

Somalia: Water Scarcity and Drought Heighten Risk to Women of Childbearing Age

George Mhango April 14, 2017 Of the 6.2 million people affected by the drought ravaging Somalia, more than 1.5 million are women of childbearing age. UNFPA,...

Uganda: 24 Crater Lakes Disappear

Abdulkarim SSengendo March 3, 2012 Up to 24 Crater Lakes have disappeared in southwestern Uganda due to human development factors. This is according to Leo Twinomuhangi,...

Uganda: Experts Warn of Disease Outbreak Due to 18% VAT on Water

Paschal B. Bagonza June 29, 2012 Three women are each carrying a 20-litre empty jerrycan. They look scared, and are running away from a...

Kenya: Turning Kibera’s Garbage into Gold.

Mary Mwendwa August 10, 2012 A hub of economic empowerment is growing in Kibera slum through recycling some used garbage. Kibera slum is located in Nairobi,...

Zambia: Prisons owe EWSC K639 million in Water Bills

Newton Sibanda August 16, 2012 FOUR prisons in Eastern Province have had no water for weeks after being disconnected by the Eastern Water and...

Over 40000 People to Attend the 2015 Paris Climate Conference

Fredrick Mugira November 13, 2015 Over 40,000 persons are expected to attend the Paris Climate Change Conference (COP21) in December this year. This is according...

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...

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