Wednesday, June 28, 2017

UGANDA: SHADOWS IN THE WATER

Story and Photos by Fredrick Mugira April 15, 2011 The smell of fresh water and vegetation filled the air. It was a smell reminiscent of a...

2016 World Water Week opens in Stockholm

Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) August 30, 2016 Leaders and experts in the water, climate and development communities have gathered in Stockholm to discuss how water...

La Signature de l’Accord de Paris marque une étape critique pour un avenir durable

WaterSan Perspective April 20, 2016 Le nombre record de pays engagés à signer l'accord de Paris à New York le 22 avril annonce la prochaine...

Tanzania: Rural Water Projects Break Gender Barriers

Gasirigwa Sengiyumva 8th July, 2011 IT is past mid-day, the overhead Sun is heating like it has never rained in Kilolo before. This is...

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...

Uganda: Researchers Use Fruit Seeds to Purify Water

Paschal B. Bagonza May 8, 2012 Researchers at Makerere University – Uganda’s oldest university are studying how to use fruit seeds to purify water. Robert Natumanya,...

Cameroon: Rehabilitation of Water Sources Costs 340,000 USD

By Lum Edith Achamukong 23rd May, 2011 The populations of Lower Muea, Lysoka and Owe in the South West Region now have pipe borne water. These...

The Global Forum on Sanitation and Hygiene 2011, 9-14 October, Mumbai, India

Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC) September 23, 2011 In less than three weeks, hundreds of sanitation and hygiene professionals will gather for the Global...

Water for Electricity: Water-Powered Electricity to Transform Malawian Communities

GEORGE MHANGO, Blantyre, Malawi September 09, 2015 Fifty-year-old Martha Mwalabu travels eight kilometers to have her maize grounded so she has food for her husband, six...

Then and Now: Malawi Residents Cope With Flood Aftermath

George Mhango April 24, 2015 Several communities in Malawi are still counting losses, three months after floods ravaged different parts of the country destroying people’s...

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