Monday, December 11, 2017

Uganda: Farmers Want To Turn To Irrigation As Drought Drags On

Chris Mugasha August 15, 2014 Thousands of farmers in Uganda’s western district of Kasese want the government of Uganda to help them start irrigating their gardens...

COP19/CMP9: Somalia Must Not Be Forgotten

Atayi Babs November 20, 2013 Negotiators at the ongoing Climate conference in Warsaw, Poland have been urged not to relegate the severity of the tropical cyclone...

Zambia: Government to invest in construction of water harvesting technologies

Michael Malakata November 02, 2011 Zambia’s new president Michael Sata has announced that the new government will invest in the construction of more water dams...

Toilets, Water and Soap Vital For Tackling Child Malnutrition

Water Supply and Sanitation and Collaborative Council (WSSCC) End Water Poverty (EWP) WASH Advocates August 12, 2012 A group of concerned international development organizations has written...

Water Man of India Urges Disciplined Use of Water in Africa

Fredrick Mugira March 11, 2016 South Africa’s extreme drought has dried up water supplies for millions of people living in rural parts of the country....

Kenya: Water Stressed Farmers Turn to Groundwater Dams to Survive

Mary Mwendwa March 29, 2015 Matwiku village horticulture farmers in Laikipia County of Kenya can now breathe a sigh of relief after a water harvesting technology...

Civil society demands African governments walk the talk on sanitation

Newton Sibanda July 22, 2011 African governments are increasingly under pressure to ‘walk the talk’ on sanitation. According to a statement from WaterAid- an international nongovernmental...

Malawi: Irrigation Ministry Partners With World Vision to Boost Agriculture

George Mhango March 06, 2016 To ensure children and various families live a healthier life, World Vision Malawi and government officials have urged communities to champion...

Africa Water Week: Integrated Water Resources Management Facilitates Development in Nile Basin Riparian Countries

WaterSan Perspective Reporter July 25, 2016 A conceptual structure agreed upon by Nile Basin riparian countries for organising policies, strategies and guidelines for sustainable management...

Namibia: SADC Convenes a Stakeholder Dialogue on Role of Water in Driving Industrialization

Anita Matsika Ritah Windhoek, Namibia. September 29, 2015 The Southern African Development Community (SADC) in collaboration with the Global Water Partnership Southern Africa (GWP-SA) has convened a...
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Zambia: Chongwe Residents Battle Water Crisis

Newton Sibanda November 22, 2017 CHONGWE dam, which supplies water to the Lusaka Water and Sewerage Company (LWSC) treatment plant, is the lifeline for the district....