News Source: The Guardian (IPP Media) THE Great Ruaha River and its catchment area are critical to Tanzania’s economy. By DEO MFUGALE The catchment has the potential to produce 50 per cent of Tanzania’s installed hydroelectric power and accounts for about 40 per cent of rice produced in the country, not to mention some […]
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News Source: Daily News DAILY NEWS REPORTER A MAJOR Water Stewardship Leadership Forum, held in Arusha, has seen the launch of new initiatives to tackle the region’s spiralling water challenges. The multi-stakeholder Kilimanjaro Water Stewardship Platform provides organisations from across the public sector, private sector and civil society with a mechanism to develop, coordinate and […]
NEWS SOURCE: WaterSan Perspective Fredrick Mugira March 11, 2016 South Africa’s extreme drought has dried up water supplies for millions of people living in rural parts of the country. Some of the affected people live in Mpumalanga, a rural province in the eastern part of the country. In Mpumalanga, the drought has led to vanishing […]
News Source: ALLAFRICA Pretoria — South Africans must consider using groundwater on a grand scale to augment the fast diminishing surface water, says Director General of the Department of Water and Sanitation, Margaret-Ann Diedricks. Speaking at a conference of the Water Resources Group (WRG) on Thursday, Diedricks said there was an overreliance on surface water […]
NEWS SOURCE: New Vision By Fredrick Mugira Currently, financing for water infrastructure in developing countries comes predominantly from public sources SOUTH AFRICA – When Rudy Roberts realised the potential of investing in the water sector three years ago, he patterned with the Danish pump manufacturer Grundfos to launch the Mega Water Corporation in South Africa. […]
NEWS SOURCE: WaterSan Perspective By Fredrick Mugira February 29, 2016 Water experts from different countries across the globe are rooting for the partnership approach in solving water resource problems. The call comes as the water professionals and authorities from Bangladesh, India, Kenya, Mexico, Mongolia, Peru, Tanzania and South Africa meet in Pretoria, South Africa for […]