A new sanitation and wastewater management benchmark tool highlights opportunities to boost health and economic growth in Africa.
An ambitious regenerative tourism project has awarded a contract to a consortium to design, build, operate and transfer The Red Sea Project’s utilities infrastructure.
The Water Institute of Southern Africa believes the drop programme directly led to many municipalities investing in their water and sanitation staff and infrastructure.
A live webinar focusing on WASH as a first line of defence against COVID-19 and unpacking the African water sector response, formed part of the first-ever Virtual African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa in May this year.
Ethiopian authorities have approved the creation of a decentralised wastewater treatment plant in capital city Addis Ababa
Water security appears regularly in the top five global economic risks, according to the World Economic Forum. Here's how South Africa is ensuring its water security.
IAEA welcomes Japan's plan on how to dispose of large amounts of treated water stored at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station.
Smarter wastewater management, including reuse and resource recovery, is needed as this resource holds valuable potable water, nutrients, and energy.
Namibia has set out plans for the production and transfer of water resources to improve access to potable water and for agricultural and industrial use.
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