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The Nile River, the world’s longest river, winds through 11 countries in Africa and is crucial to many of these nations’ economies, diplomacy and wellbeing. The river is also a world biodiversity hotspot and the backbone to many of Africa’s fragile ecosystems.
How Dams’ Collapse Failed Rice Production in Burundi
From 2020 to 2021, several dams collapsed, making rice scarce. The only option was importing it from neighbouring countries. But the escalating prices of imported rice have made it less affordable resulting in food insecurity.
Local farmers in Kenya display the potential of groundwater use for irrigation
Groundwater is the solution to water shortages, as it is resistant to climate change compared to surface water.
Uncovering Threats to Wildlife and Mangrove Forests from the Rufiji Dam Project in Tanzania
Improper implementation of the Rufiji dam could severely impact the Rufiji river and its complex hydrological system.
Lighting up the Great Lakes region: Will a regional power grid finally chase darkness and spur EAC economies?
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Groundwater Plays a Role in Reducing Gender-Based Violence in Eastern Uganda
A section of girls and women in the Eastern Sub-region of Bugisu have revealed that the quest for water that used to expose them to rapists, defilers, and cannibals on several occasions is history.
Battling for survival along the warming source of the Blue Nile
The Amhara Regional State Bureau of Agriculture has deployed Agriculture extension experts throughout the region to train farmers how to grow crops in the winter
Elgon goes for the little unknown to improve lives: Its groundwater reserves
The fascinating water tower (groundwater) serving a population of over 400,000, is also home to various wildlife species.
Water experts urge Ethiopia to redefine water conservation efforts
Ethiopia is the origin of many water bodies that flow down to other countries by virtue of its location of high altitude and embracing 70% of the African plateau but is a water-stressed country,
Kenya drought: Pastoralists suffer despite millions of dollars used to protect them – what went wrong?
Pastoralist livelihoods are increasingly vulnerable. Land is being encroached from all sides by neighbouring groups and conservation areas are expanded