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Benue state residents groan from lack of safe water

                                        By Joke Falaju and John Okeke, Abuja Yetugh and Agbungu ...

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Safe hygienic menstruation as a basic human right

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This years World Toilet Day focusing on “Gender Equality and Dignity” is coming at no better time than now.   Each month between two and seven days, adding up to ...

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Water Resources Institute train Journalists on IWRM

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Workshop report The National Water Resources Institute (NWRI), Kaduna recently organized a two day workshop for Journalists on Water Resources reporting. The objectives of the workshop are: To sensitize the ...

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Drilling boreholes in Northern Nigeria, diary of an Engineer

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It is well known that around 7000,000 children die every year from diarrhoea caused by unsafe water and poor sanitation and half the hospital beds in developing countries are filled ...

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WWD: Need for coordinated management of water and energy

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In this article, Babara Lopi, a Communications Expert with the Southern African Development Community (SADC) harping on the theme of the World Water Day 2014, says water needs energy and energy ...

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Integrated Water Resources Management in Nigeria

    Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) approach for water resources development is effective and efficient if genuine cooperation is established amongst the water sector stakeholders.  This can only be ...

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Water Journalists publish Handbook

‘Media Handbook on WASH‘ is a manual for journalists on Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) issues in Nigeria; and was published by the Water and Sanitation Media Network, Nigeria Download ...

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Debate on water financing heats up Budapest Water Summit

The Hungarian Government recently hosted the Budapest Water Summit, October 8 -11, 2013. In this piece, Satoko Kishimoto, an environmental activist and Coordinator of the Amsterdam based Reclaiming Public Water (RPW) Network ...

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Nigeria, 17 other countries lose $5.5b to poor sanitation

Nigeria and 17 other African countries are losing around US$5.5 Billion annually to inadequate sanitation A new report on the economic impacts of inadequate sanitation, released yesterday by the World ...

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How Marseilles hosted two World Water Forums in one week

By Babatope Babalobi who was in Marseilles France’s second largest city- Marseilles, coordinates 43° 17′ 47.04″ N, 5° 22′ 12,   last month hosted two week long global meetings to discuss ...

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