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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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Water: Recognizing it as a human right

Water: Recognizing it as a human right

The great politician Kofi Annan declared in 2001 that “access to safe water is a basic human need and therefore a basic human right”. In the 17 years between the declaration and his death in 2018, Annan established the Millennium Development Goals, the predecessor of today’s sustainable development goals, including […]

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The most water-scarce region in the world.

The most water-scarce region in the world.

According to a new report released by UNICEF, 90% of children in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) live in areas with extreme water scarcity. According to reports, the Middle East and North Africa are the most water-scarce regions in the world. According to the report, the main driving […]

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How Global Drinking Water Crisis Could Be Vanished

How Global Drinking Water Crisis Could Be Vanished

There is no doubt that water is the most abundant resource on earth. After all, it covers more than 70% of the earth-nevertheless, as a species, we still face an imminent crisis. Climate change, global conflict and overpopulation are just some of the factors that undermine the water supply in […]

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Waiting for the vaccine: The condition millions of Africans are living under

Waiting for the vaccine: The condition millions of Africans are living under

In developed countries, we have become accustomed to simple measures in the past 18 months, such as wearing masks, maintaining social distancing, washing hands frequently, and quarantining and quarantining when necessary. This was especially important before the advent of vaccines, when experts suggested using the “Swiss cheese” method to alleviate […]

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Climate Gaps for South Africa

Climate Gaps for South Africa

The findings of the second “State of Climate Science and Technology in South Africa” ​​report prepared by the South African Academy of Sciences (ASSAf) include that the country is well-positioned to play a key role in the Global Adaptation Committee to advance climate change adaptation solutions. Among other things, the […]

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How The Pandemic Affects Africa

How The Pandemic Affects Africa

Lacking the most basic public health tools to protect themselves, including the necessities of soap and water, millions of people across the African continent are at risk of contracting COVID-19. These measures — known as non-pharmaceutical public health interventions (NPIs), which involve keeping physical distance or isolation at home to […]

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How Water Gets Polluted by Fast Fashion

How Water Gets Polluted by Fast Fashion

Some of the world’s largest fashion brands are linked to dangerous levels of toxins in African rivers. A new report from Water Witness International (WWI) shows that fast fashion manufacturing across the African continent is related to pollution, which is killing rivers and preventing workers and their communities from accessing […]

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