River Kisian in Eastern Kisumu, Kenya, is important for rural water supply and irrigation. However, it is under threat from degradation and pollution.
As the world slowly recovers from the aftermath of the Covid 19 pandemic, climate change
The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) could assist Sudan in the growth and improvement of its electricity, economy, and agriculture in the long run, if Sudan and Ethiopia cooperate to manage the dam.
There is need for a regional approach to tackle plastic pollution in all the East Africa Member countries,
Implemented in Bomet, Kajiado, Nyeri, Tharaka Nithi, Meru, Muranga, Nyandarua, Machakos, Kitui, Makueni and Tana River counties, SIVAP is currently involved in the construction of nine irrigation schemes as well as the rehabilitation of three others.
Repicturing the Nile River: #EverydayNile photo exhibition in Cairo, Egypt showcases water tales across borders
The Cairo regional exhibition, however, was the first to bring together works by all of the#EverydayNile photojournalists telling the story of the Nile from its most distant source in Burundi all the way up to Egypt.
The “Ghost Town” of Rusinga photo exhibition: A community combating climate through green energy sources
In his photo story, Anthony documented the climate smart transition of fishermen and locals from kerosene and pressure lamps to solar lamps for fishing and domestic use.
At COP27, cross-sector integration urged to supply food and water to all who share the Nile River during climate upheaval
At COP27, parties established a four-year joint work program on implementation of climate action on agriculture and food security.
Though fishing is among the main economic activities in the area, Oyola admits that illegalities are still a challenge.
Urbanization is taking its toll on marabou storks with new constructions of roads and buildings the norm in one of the busiest cities in Africa.
The capacity of Agoro irrigation scheme, which is fed by river Okura originating from the top of Langiya hill (or Imotong hill as it’s called in South Sudan), is spreading thin as farmers continue to expand their farmlands.
In this documentary, we have captured some of the innovations that the young people are taking against climate change. We also aim to inspire other young people to do similar initiatives and activities.