Apologies, but no results were found for the requested archive. Perhaps searching will help find a related post.
- Tanzania: Clocking 100 - Clean-Up Campaign Loses Steam February 12, 2016[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -When President John Magufuli scrapped last year's Independence Day celebrations and ordered that the day be dedicated to a rare clean-up campaign, the idea was to tackle the cholera outbreak that had spread in some parts of the country killing more than 200 people.
- Namibia: Ongwediva Residents Caught Red-Handed February 12, 2016[New Era] Ongwediva -Officials at the Ongwediva Town Council have caught red-handed two men suspected to be part of the group vandalising the sewerage dam and its fence.
- Ghana: Nsawam Water Treatment Plant to Be Ready Soon February 12, 2016[Ghana Govt.] The 1.6 million gallon per day capacity Water Treatment Plant to serve the people of Nsawam and its surrounding areas will soon be ready.
- Namibia: Beat the Tsumeb Heat, Drink Water February 12, 2016[Namibia Economist] The two old age homes in Tsumeb are the beneficiaries of a special gift from Dundee Precious Metals, the operator of the smelter in the mining town.
- Namibia: Water and Sanitation Shift Focus to Informal and Rural February 12, 2016[Namibia Economist] Only 34% of the population has access to improved sanitation but this is set to change, following a change in policy direction that will see the emphasis on the provision of potable water and proper sanitation, shift to informal and rural settlements.
- Namibia: CIF Weighs in On Water Shortages February 12, 2016[Namibia Economist] The Construction Industries Federation of Namibia recently weighed in on the water shortage being experienced in the central area when it spoke to the Economist this week through its General Manager, Bärbel Kirchner.
- Egypt: Egypt, Ethiopia Water Ministers Meet in Khartoum February 12, 2016[Egypt Online] Egyptian Water Resources and irrigation Minister Hossam Moghazi met his Ethiopian counterpart Motuma Mekasa to probe the progress achieved in the current round of negotiations on the technical, financial and legal aspects of the Grand Renaissance Dam.
- Namibia: Kandjii Rejects Municipal Water Increment February 12, 2016[New Era] Windhoek -Regional Councillor for Katutura Central Constituency Ambrosius Kandjii has rejected and condemned the recent increase in water tariffs implemented by the City of Windhoek.
- Botswana: Ministry Unaware of No Access to Toilets February 12, 2016[Botswana Daily News] Gaborone -Assistant Minister of Local Government and Rural Development, Mr France Van Der Westhuizen, says his ministry is not aware that some Ipelegeng workers in Sowa Town have no access to toilets.
- Kenya: Solar-Powered Wells Ease Conflict Over Water in Rift Valley February 11, 2016[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Chepkram -With her year-old baby strapped on her back, Christine Lenganya, 25, lifts and balances a 20-litre jerrycan of water on her head.
- Tanzania: Clocking 100 - Clean-Up Campaign Loses Steam February 12, 2016
- Costa Rica, UAE Cement Relations with Energy and Tourism February 12, 2016A visit by United Arab Emirates Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan to Costa Rica paved the way for closer trade ties between the two countries, especially in the areas of tourism and sustainable energy. During the first official visit ever to this Central American nation by a UAE foreign minister, Al Nahyan […]Diego Arguedas Ortiz
- Attacks on Medical Workers in War Zones under Fire February 12, 2016The growing number of indiscriminate bombings in three of the most devastating military conflicts currently underway -– in Syria, Afghanistan and Yemen – are taking a heavy toll on medical personnel serving with humanitarian organizations — along with thousands of civilians caught in the crossfire between government forces and rebel groups. The U.S. bombing […]Thalif Deen
- Women’s Empowerment in Bangladesh February 12, 2016On a gloomy weather in a hilly suburb in Tarabonia, three women keep themselves busy stitching clothes. The informal shop-cum tailoring outlet is the only one of its kind in the neighbourhood and so the shop has a good record of sales of apparels. Minu Bai Marma, a 27 year-old housewife who runs the rented […]Naimul Haq
- Novel Joint Committee Enhances Relations between the UAE and Panama February 11, 2016The visit by the United Arab Emirates foreign minister, Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, to Panama ended Thursday Feb. 11 with the creation of a novel Joint Cooperation Committee on trade and investment. The committee will serve as “the legal base for launching joint investment projects, including the participation of Emirati companies in the […]Iralis Fragiel
- The High Costs of the War on Drugs February 11, 2016Global drug policy involving crop eradication contributes to poverty, hunger, and displacement, said Open Society Foundation (OSF) in a new report released here. The report, Drug Crop Production, Poverty, and Development, illustrates the consequences of the controversial, decades-long ‘War on Drugs’ in supply countries. According to the 2014 World Drug Repor […]Tharanga Yakupitiyage
- Views Split on Nuclear Deal Implementation (Part Two) February 11, 2016Farhang Jahanpour is a former professor and dean of the Faculty of Foreign Languages at the University of Isfahan. Prior to that he was a Senior Research Fellow at Harvard University. Currently he is a tutor in the Department of Continuing Education and a member of Kellogg College, University of Oxford.Farhang Jahanpour
- Rise of Middle Class Undermined in East Europe & Central Asia February 11, 2016The UN’s post-2015 development agenda, which was adopted by world leaders at a summit meeting last September, includes a highly ambitious goal: the eradication of extreme poverty by the year 2030. The decline in poverty, as reflected in the UN’s Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) which ended last December, had one positive fallout: the rise of […]Thalif Deen
- Costa Rica, UAE Cement Relations with Energy and Tourism February 12, 2016
- An error has occurred; the feed is probably down. Try again later.
Add to favourites