Water Hyacinth Causes Anxiety in Kenya's Lake-shore Community

The future of over 30 million people hangs in the balance following resurgence of water hyacinth which has invaded over five acres of water in Kisumu halting fishing and other activities.
  • Uganda:   Water Hyacinth Re-Invades Lake Victoria

    New Vision, 5 November 2012

    The future of over 30 million people whose livelihood depends on Lake Victoria hangs in balance following a resurgence of the water hyacinth on the region's main inland water body. Read more »

Photo: New Vision

Water Hyacinth in Lake Victoria

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