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Dirty water kills more people than war in Africa -UN

By Douglas Namale:

Drinking dirty water kills more people than war in developing countries, the United Nations announced on last year’s World Water Day.

According to United Nations…

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Added by Blasio Douglas Namale on January 20, 2014 at 13:54 — No Comments

Indigenous people seek recognition in REDD+ activities



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Added by Blasio Douglas Namale on August 2, 2013 at 14:14 — No Comments

Nairobi Dam: daunting task to rehabilitate water reservoir

By Douglas Namale:

Frosty smell, plastic bag heaps, pigs, aquatic weeds, arrow-roots and sukuma wiki plantains, describe the status of Nairobi Dam. The sixty-year old water reservoir whose objective was to provide potable and emergency water supply for the city populace is now a health hazard.  The once acclaimed water sport resort where Nairobi’s elite converged to merry in early 1990s sailing, diving and fishing, is now a marshy farmland.…

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Added by Blasio Douglas Namale on August 2, 2013 at 14:09 — No Comments

Umande Trust Leads in gradual Slum improvement

Umande Trust

By Douglas Namale

 

Umande Trust together with other Civil Society Organisations CSOs seeks to demonstrate how installation of improved bio-centres in slums can be focal points for showcasing the green agenda, urban renewal and gradual slum upgrading.…

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Added by Blasio Douglas Namale on February 5, 2012 at 9:00 — No Comments

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