Water Conflict

Rwandan youth takes lead in Nyabarongo watershed protection

By Aimable Twahirwa It is a hot Monday morning in Nyamagabe, a mountainous district in the Southern Rwanda, a group

Experts root for public involvement in conservation of Ethiopia’s national parks

Wildlife conservation experts in Ethiopian are rooting for public involvement in conservation of national parks in the country to protect

Communities are increasingly experiencing water scarcity as a result of climate change, a phenomenon that affects the livelihoods. Photo by Mary Mwendwa
How untreated water led to cholera outbreak in a Tanzanian village

Patrick Kossima, Unyanja FM Radio For a long time, Lundo, a village of over 1800 people in Nyasa District, mainland

Nile Water Politics: Ethiopia says colonial agreements will not stop construction of Grand Renaissance Dam

By Kylie Kiunguyu on May 11, 2018 —  Egypt and Ethiopia are at odds over the construction of the Grand Renaissance Dam,

Water conflicts in Africa are exacerbated by climate change

Not far from the historical city of Timbuktu, the livestock breeders Kidan and his wife and daughter live peacefully, isolated

Nile Basin countries need a deal on the river and the water

More than 300 million people rely on the waters of the River Nile. The Nile river basin contains over 10

Life After Gibe III Dam Construction: Kenya’s Smallest Tribe Struggles to Survive as Lake Turkana Water Recedes

Story by Fredrick Mugira, Video by Benedict Moran For most El Molo people in Kenya, the past year has been

Co-Production of Knowledge Set To Unlock Mistrust between Journalists and Scientists in Nile Basin

By Fredrick Mugira Journalists and water scientists in the Nile basin are rooting for innovative strategies to bridge the gap