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30 Mar 2022 DODOMA, Tanzania
Tanzania: Government Investigates Mara River Pollution
Bad smells emanating from the Talek River, a tributary of the Mara River, that runs through the Masai Mara game reserve in Kenya have experts puzzled as to cause.
15 Mar 2022 DAR ES SALAAM
Tripartite Participation For Tanzania Water Project
Project to improve water quality and quantity as well as protection of watershed biodiversity to be funded by Tanzania Breweries Limited (TBL) and will be implemented by World Wild Fund (WWF) Tanzania and Wami-Ruvu Basin Water Board (WRBWB)
3 Jan 2022 TANGA
Tanzania Commissioner Awards Tenders For Rural Supply Project
Investment in rural water supply system will greatly expand access
12 Nov 2021 ARLINGTON VA
New Women And Girl-Focused Impact Partnership
Support from The Starbucks Foundation to empower women and girls in coffee- and tea-growing communities of Kenya and Tanzania.
28 May 2021 Geneva, Switzerland
30 Million New Internally Displaced People In 2020 Due To Climate Change
Weather-related disaster triggered 3 times more displacements than conflict in 2020. The latest annual report by the IDMC focuses on climate change as a driver, and highlights need for better data and sustainable, locally owned solutions.
9 Mar 2021 DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania
Prioritising Water Infrastructure In Africa's Post COVID-19 Recovery
Guest Article - His Excellency President Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete, fourth President of the Republic of Tanzania, writes as Chair of Global Water Partnership's Southern Africa - Africa Coordination Unit.
4 Mar 2021 ARUSHA, Tanzania
Transboundary Cooperation In The Lake Victoria Basin
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)...
21 Feb 2021 KIGALI, Uganda
Lake Victoria's Mysterious Mass Fish-deaths
The governments of Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania have reported that within the last 2 months roughly 100 tonnes of fish, mostly of the freshwater species Nile Perch, have died due to unknown causes in Lake Victoria which borders all three countries.The mass deaths of Nile Perch, which are valued at between 10 Million and 15 Million Uganda Shillings (UGX) ($2732 - $4,096 USD) per tonne depending on their weight, has cost the government an estimated $409,840 USD in revenue so far – however, it could potentially become much more...
21 Feb 2021 BERLIN, Germany
Water Scarce Environments Facilitate Interspecies Virus Transmissions
Areas with water shortages experiencing mass mixed species congregations are particularly vulnerable to pathogen transmission between species, according to new researchA study published this month in "Science of the Total Environment" identifies water resources as a main vector for mammalian virus transmissions...