Friday, February 23, 2018

Malawi: Red Cross Society Gives Hope to Floods and Drought Victims

George Mhango November 10, 2016 Floods, disasters and dry spells that hit Malawi’s Lowershire districts such as Chikwawa, Nsanje, Mwanza and others between 2014 and 2016...

COP22: African Civil Society Demands Ambitious Action in Marrakech

WaterSan Perspective Reporter November 10, 2016 African Civil society at the ongoing climate change negotiations warned that if Parties do not urgently raise their Pre-2020 Ambitions...

Malawi: Lives Changed By a Bore Hole

George Mhango November 10, 2016 Malawian Viligita Amos is a mother of three. She has lived a bitter life due to lack of water for home...

Prof. Maghawry Shehata Equates Polluting River Nile to Committing Suicide

Safaa Salah November 08, 2016 In our second part of the Nile Series Project, we bring you DR. MAGHAWRY SHEHATA, Prof. of Hydrogeology and water...

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...

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...

Ethiopia: Jimma University Boss Urges Research into River Basins and Dams’ State

Dagim Terefe November 5, 2016 Population Health Environment Ethiopia Consortium also known as PHEE in collaboration with Jimma University and Health Bureau of Oromia has conducted...

Abuja: ECOWAS Renews Ties with AMCOW for Sustainable Water Resources Management

Innocent Agonza November 5, 2016 The President of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) Commission, Marcel de Souza has assured the African Ministers’ Council...

Ethiopia: Spring Brings Hope from Summer Rain

Dagim Terefe October 31, 2016 For the last several decades, Ethiopia has been hit by persistent drought that damaged agricultural production and resulted in malnutrition, especially...

Kenya: Government Ratifies Paris Agreement

Evans Wafula October 21, 2016 Kenya is among 15 African countries that have been commended for ratifying the Paris Agreement on climate change by representatives...
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Drought, Floods and Chronic Water Shortages: Unholy Trinity Haunting Sikaunzwe Residents

Newton Sibanda February 13, 2018 IN Kazungula’s Sikaunzwe area, the combined impacts of inadequate rural water supply, saline groundwater, and the absence of effective drought and...