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Improved Water supply: Nigerian Govt to make fresh commitments

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The Nigerian Government is expected to make new commitments to increase access to national access to water and sanitation services as the 2014 Sanitation and Water (SWA) All High-Level Meeting opens ...

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Poor drinking water quality

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Non revenue water in Nigeria

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Water scarcity in Nigeria: The search for water continues

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AfDB approves $205m for Port Harcourt water projects

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Water Supply and Sanitation services in Port Harcourt, Nigeria will soon receive a boost as the African Development Bank last week  approved  US$ 205 million to fund projects aimed at ...

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Online course on Water and Sanitation policy

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On-line course on Water and Sanitation policy in developing countries commences May 26, 2014 This course will examine current conditions and trends in water and sanitation services in the Global ...

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Water Integrity Conference, Lusaka, April 2014

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Announcement: 1st African Water Integrity Summit “Accelerating towards a Water Secure World” April 29-30 | Lusaka, Zambia Marking the conclusion of a successful three-year regional integrity training programme in Sub-Saharan Africa, ...

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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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Borno State Rural Water Supply scheme

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The Borno State Government has awarded a contract for the supply of ten drilling rigs and associated equipments to boost Rural Water Supply in the State. The project is being ...

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Cartoon: Water Scarcity in Nigeria

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