Terms searched: Africa Investment Programme
30 Jul 2022 LUSAKA, Zambia
Zambia launches Water Investment Programme to enhance job creation through gender sensitive investments in water security, industrialisation and climate resilient development.
31 May 2022 PRETORIA, South Africa
The Water Investment Scorecard is intended to set benchmarks, identify bottlenecks, and support actions to meet water infrastructure investment needs that are estimated at $64 Billion USD per annum.
3 Apr 2022 DAKAR, Senegal
Panel to guide investment mobilisation and develop a water investment scorecard to track progress, establish a blended investment platform, strengthen the enabling environment, address bottlenecks in project preparation and implement climate resilient infrastructure development programmes.
23 Mar 2022 NAIROBI, Kenya
The new investment project will focus on the development of water infrastructure critically needed to address Africa’s growing socio-economic needs and meet Africa's goal to achieve water security for all by 2025.
4 Mar 2021 ARUSHA, Tanzania
The East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) has urged the Council of Ministers of its parent organisation the East African Community (EAC) to push forward on transboundary harmonisation in respect of the Lake Victoria Basin. A February report on the “On-Spot Assessment of the Lake Victoria Basin” was compiled by the Assembly's Committee on Agriculture, Tourism and Natural Resources (ATNR)...
9 Feb 2021 NAIROBI, Kenya
A comprehensive "atlas" profiling and mapping the state and trends in wastewater management and sanitation delivery across every African nation promises to provide policymakers with the information they need to track progress in an area vital to human health, economies and the environment.Produced jointly by the African Development Bank (AfDB), the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and non-profit environmental communications centre GRID-Arendal, the 284-page "Sanitation and Wastewater Atlas of Africa" incorporates maps, graphics and country profiles with analyses of their water resources and provision of basic services...
21 Jan 2021 NAIROBI, Kenya
The United Nations Envrionment Programme (UNEP) has called on the international community to step up its work in nature-based solutions (NbS) to facilitate adaptation to climate change and water hazards in developing countries.The UNEP Adaptation Gap Report 2020 acknowledges that NbS are increasingly recognised as particularly useful in the face of water-based climate hazards such as coastal and inland flooding and erosion as well as drought...