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Malawi: Government Rehabilitates Water Plant

George Mhango May 8, 2015 The Malawi Government has completed rehabilitation of Mudi Pumping Station and Walkers Ferry Treatment Plant as well as the construction...

SADC Launches a 2-Million Euro Regional Water Supply and Sanitation Programme

Newton Sibanda in South Africa September 25, 2012 The Southern African Development Community (SADC) has launched a 2 million Euro Regional Water Supply and Sanitation Programme...

Zambia: Germany offers Zambia over 87 million Euros for improving water supply and sanitation

Newton Sibanda December 5, 2011 Germany has given Zambia K592 billion (Euro 87.1 million) as continued financial support to programmes aimed at improving water supply and...

African Countries Stand Firm in Climate Negotiations

WaterSan Perspective Reporter December 06, 2011 Ministers from over 50 African countries met in Durban South Africa to reinforce their position, demanding an ambitious second...

Uganda: Bottled Water Policy Coming Soon

Paschal B. Bagonza May 18, 2012 Users of bottled water products in Uganda will soon be saved from consuming substandard products. This is because the ministry...

Nigeria: WaterAid Launches Massive WASH Campaign

Adella Mbabazi March 23, 2015 The WaterAid has launched a new four-year “Healthy Start” campaign showing the devastating impact that a lack of safe water and...

Water Journalists Africa Embarks on the Nile Series Project

Water Journalists Africa November 5, 2016 Welcome to our Nile Series (NS) Project, where we will highlight challenges and opportunities of River Nile right from the...

New Global World Toilet Day campaign is launched – Do you Give A Shit?

Water, Supply & Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC) WaterSan Perspective October 16, 2012 Do you Give A Shit? This is the tagline of the new global...

Scientists Pinpoint River Flow Associated with Cholera Outbreaks, Not Just Factors Related to Global...

Water Journalists Africa Team August 09, 2011 An examination of the world’s largest river basins found nutrient-rich and powerful river discharges has led to spikes...

COP22: Climate Change Claimed More Than 530,000 Lives in Past 20 Years, New Report...

Water Journalists Africa November 8, 2016 Africa is the continent that was hit hardest by extreme weather events in 2015. According to the 12th edition of the...

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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...