Although there has been a remarkable improvement in the provision of sanitary facilities to schools countrywide, about 246 schools in Namibia don't have toilets, according to the ... Read more »
Lawmakers are already punching holes in the 2018 Water Supply and Sanitation Bill, which provides that anyone found to be misusing water resources should be fined no less than ... Read more »
Giving birth at a healthcare facility with no access to water brings a whole new, shocking set of challenges. 574 women out of every 100,000 die during or immediately after ... Read more »
Ethiopia's growth has been propelled by at least two factors: the prioritisation of agriculture as a key contributor to development and the fast-paced adoption of new technologies ... Read more »
In the Sahel, climate change has translated into more frequent, longer drought spells that threaten the resilience capacity of nomadic livestock pastoralists but with satellite ... Read more »
Mounds of waste in garbage dumps around Zimbabwe's capital are hindering the citizenry's confidence in the government. Trash cans or bins overflow with garbage - but this could be ... Read more »
Suburbs in the capital will go without water as a key water treatment plant will be closed for maintenance, and then a water rationing system which will see some suburbs getting ... Read more »
The University of Stellenbosch and University of Cape Town have published a study in the journal Water Research which found that the fear of Day Zero - when officials said Cape ... Read more »
South Africa's Standing Committee on Public Accounts has said that it refuses to be frustrated by the lack of responses from the Department of Water and Sanitation regarding ... Read more »
At least 191 people have reportedly been infected in the rural town of Mount Darwin, near the border with Mozambique - barely three months after dozens of people died of the ... Read more »
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