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Africa: Access to Sanitation & Water is Needed

Africa: Access to Sanitation & Water is Needed

Washing hands with soap is a basic part of a healthy school environment. Good hygiene helps to ensure the health of children so they can attend classes and study. The availability of handwashing stations and menstrual sanitation facilities (including soap and water) also help girls manage their own hygiene. If […]

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Over 100M in Africa threatened by climate change

Over 100M in Africa threatened by climate change

A new United Nations report warns that more than 100 million “extremely poor” people in Africa are threatened by accelerating climate change, and climate change may also melt the few glaciers on the African continent within 20 years. A report issued by the World Meteorological Organization on Tuesday provided a […]

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In Africa droughts increase by 29%

In Africa droughts increase by 29%

The United Nations World Meteorological Organization (WMO) warned in a new report that a global water crisis is imminent. WMO stated that as floods and droughts have exacerbated the global water crisis, the number and duration of droughts in Africa have increased by 29% in the past 20 years. The […]

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Climate & Water Issues in Africa

Climate & Water Issues in Africa

Africa is at the center of the global water dilemma and climate change. Africa has the largest number of least developed countries of all continents, the country with the worst health infrastructure, and the country with the highest proportion of rural workers who are highly dependent on weather. It is […]

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How Climate Change Affects Africa’s Water Supply

How Climate Change Affects Africa’s Water Supply

After facing challenges in accessing water, the Nigerian Water Aid Group issued a warning on Tuesday about the threats posed by terrible climate change to Africa’s water supply. WaterAid announced this in a statement and announced that Africa Climate Week will be hosted virtually by Uganda and the United Nations […]

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Will Water Security Ever Be Achieved?

Will Water Security Ever Be Achieved?

Circular economy is a system designed to maximize the use of resources and reduce waste by maximizing the use of resources. It is a way to ensure sustainable water energy, food security, and water resources in South Africa. And innovation. On September 23, Government Communications and Information Systems, together with […]

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How The Water Crisis Affects Students

How The Water Crisis Affects Students

In a creek near Bue Abomaca, Cameroon, a woman is washing her 20-liter plastic bucket with sand before refilling it with water. advertise Hairdresser Emerencia Fosuh has used this stream as her only water source for the past four years. The locals call this small river “Mr. Peter Water”. “I […]

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Water Scarcity: A Worldwide Issue

Water Scarcity: A Worldwide Issue

In the first half of 2021, most continents experienced drought. The areas with the highest coverage are the western United States and Canada, but regional droughts have also occurred elsewhere. Mexico and Brazil are experiencing one of the worst water crises in nearly a century. For Mexico, this is due […]

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COVID-19’s Impact on African Countries

COVID-19’s Impact on African Countries

Different events, such as the outbreak of Ebola virus disease in West Africa and the rapid spread of other emerging viruses such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) have exposed a series of limitations In the Global Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) […]

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World Water Week: How to solve the water crisis

World Water Week: How to solve the water crisis

World Water Week ended on August 27, sending a strong message: We have many solutions to the water crisis and climate change, but we need political will and sufficient investment. This is what the conference calls on the international community to activate. World Water Week, the world’s leading water event, […]

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