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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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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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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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Why water and sanitation in Africa is urgently needed

Why water and sanitation in Africa is urgently needed

More than 220 million children and their families in Africa lack water. Impact The impact is staggering: 58% of children in Eastern and Southern Africa and 31% of children in Western and Central Africa live in areas with high or extremely high water vulnerability. These children are more likely to […]

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650,000 people in Mozambique benefiting from new water treatment plant

650,000 people in Mozambique benefiting from new water treatment plant

The President of Mozambique, Filipe Nyusi, inaugurated a new water treatment plant in Moamba District, Maputo Province on Wednesday. The 220 million U.S. dollar project is expected to benefit approximately 650,000 people in the Maputo region. The new plant will create approximately 100,000 new connections, which may result in more […]

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Why is Africa’s water crisis more urgent than ever

Why is Africa’s water crisis more urgent than ever

In recent years, many African cities have had to take measures to solve the problem of water shortages. The historic shortage of Cape Town in 2018 is still fresh in our memory. The South African authorities narrowly avoided disaster by rationing drinking water to 50 liters per day for each […]

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Which regions are most water-stressed?

Which regions are most water-stressed?

Most experts believe that the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) is the worst in terms of physical water pressure. The Middle East and North Africa receive less rainfall than other regions, and the countries are often densely populated urban centers with rapidly growing populations that require more water. But […]

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Why you should care about water shortage

Why you should care about water shortage

Water shortage happening mainly in underdeveloped countries is something you should care about. Lack of water has a big effect on health and it is something we have widely discussed on our blog and on our social media posts. Today we wanted to focus on the effects water scarcity has […]

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