Despite being a city endowed with access to water, Addis Abeba has recently been hit with one of its recurring bouts of water shortages. Taps have been running dry for several days in a row, and residents and businesses are complaining of the financial burdens they have faced and the inconvenience it has created, writes Addis Fortune.
Capital Thirsts Again
Addis Fortune, 18 August 2018
Despite being a city endowed with high access to water, Addis Abeba has recently been hit with one of its recurring bouts of water shortages. Taps have been running dry for several… Read more »
Construction in Addis Ababa.
Water Shortage Hits Capital Again
With the recurrent water shortages, Addis Abeba city residents are battling it out to survive without clean water for days. The shortage affects businesses, health centers and… Read more »
Addis Abeba Thursts for River Revitilisation
The city is planning to undertake a revitalisation project along Bantyeqetu River, stretching from Urma Garage to Afincho Ber. By the looks of things shown in the design, it seems… Read more »
Monitoring Water Quality for Sustainable Water Management
Ethiopian Herald, 22 August 2018
The Awash Basin is the most utilized river basin in Ethiopia with a number of small, medium and large scale irrigation schemes; urban and rural water supply plans and industries… Read more »
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