Monthly Archives: July 2014

  • Cameroon: Marine Litter Threatens Aquatic Life and Human Health

    July 18, 2014

    Edith Achamukong July 18, 2014 Environment experts are warning of an imminent disaster as a result of the increasing amounts of wastes along the sea and beaches of Cameroon. They are now calling for an end to bad waste disposal habits. Over the years, the activities of fishermen, traders and tourists along the coastline of […]

  • Kenya: 10.7 Million Euro Injected In Developing and Conserving Mara River Basin

    July 18, 2014

    WaterSan Perspective Reporter July 18, 2014 The Mau Mara Serengeti Sustainable Water Initiative has launched a new public-private-partnership of Dutch, Kenyan and German partners to develop and conserve the Mara River Basin. The four-year programme has a 10.7 million Euro budget, with 75% provided by The Netherlands Embassy in Kenya and 25% by HSBC Bank […]

  • Uganda: Kitgum District Embarks On Keeping Water Sources Clean

    July 9, 2014

    Dan Michael Komakech July 9, 2014 Kitgum district water department has embarked on a campaign for dismantling boreholes with filthy environs temporary in a bid to let the water users maintain proper hygiene and sanitation around them. Kitgum district water officer Peter Oryem Okema reveals that the campaign will see the affected boreholes reconnected after […]

  • Malawi: Pupils Rescued From Using A Grave Yard As Toilet

    July 9, 2014

    Ali Kalichero. July 9, 2014 While other children attain good education from nursery and primary schools that have all necessary facilities for education, there are other pupils whose zeal to attain proper education and become productive citizens get hindered by lack of proper school blocks and other facilities. Such was a pathetic story of pupils […]