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WaterAid calls for urgent action to increase access to sanitation across Africa

As leaders gather for the Third African Conference on Sanitation and Hygiene in Rwanda (AfricaSan 3, 19-21 July 2011), WaterAid warns that Africa is facing increasing inequality in access to ...

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Africasan WASH awards

The AMCOW AfricaSan Awards are dedicated to recognizing outstanding efforts and achievements in sanitation and hygiene in Africa which result in large-scale, sustainable behaviour changes and tangible impacts. They aim ...

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Photo competition

Do you have an attractive and interesting photo of a capacity building exercise you have carried out, perhaps in a community or at an influencing event that we can feature ...

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2011 World Water Week in Stockholm, August 21-27 Responding to global changes: Water in an urbanising world

Discounted early registration now open! Explore the full programme at www.worldwaterweek.org. Use the interactive event finder to find information on the over 100 stimulating workshops, seminars, field visits, prize ceremonies and social ...

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New Book- Utility Benchmarking and Regulation in Developing Countries

Benchmarking has become a key tool in the water industry to promote and achieve performance targets for utilities. The use of this tool for performance improvement through systematic search and adaptation of leading practices, ...

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Climate change and its effect on water supply in Lagos

By Babatope Babalobi Babalobi@yahoo.com With a geographical size of 3,577 square kilometres, Lagos State is one of the smallest states in Nigeria, representing 0.4% of the entire geographical area Nigeria. ...

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Headline- Postgraduate programmes in the Water sector

The UEA Water Security Research Centre would like to announce a new Master’s degree in Water Security, for October 2011. The University of East Anglia’s MSc Water Security and International Development will critically explore ...

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Building Nigeria’s capacity for Integrated Water Resources Management

By M.O Eduvie and D. Bashir, National Water Resources Institute Kaduna ABSTRACT Nigeria is endowed with abundant water resources, mineral and agricultural land of various types. The intense petroleum development ...

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World Water day and corruption in the water sector

World Water Day 09 Special: Corruption in transboundary waters. Every year on the 22nd of March, many individuals and organisations draw attention to a pressing issue in the water sector ...

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