October 31, 2013

The Battle for Water

The Battle for Water

Brahma Chellaney

by Brahma Chellaney, Professor of Strategic Studies at the New Delhi-based Center for Policy Research | The sharpening international geopolitical competition over natural resources has turned some strategic resources into engines of power struggle. Transnational water resources have become an especially active source of competition and conflict, triggering a dam-building race and prompting growing calls for the United Nations to recognize water as a key security concern. Read more

May 31, 2013

Video: Death on the Nile

Video: Death on the Nile

 Death on the Nile As Ethiopia diverts the river to build a dam, we examine the impact on water supply for Egypt’s growing population.  www.aljazeera.com

December 9, 2011

UN Ad Competition on Water

The United Nations launched a European Ad Competition called “The Future We Want – Drop by Drop“, that brings together water, the green economy and Rio+20.

The Europe-wide competition is a part of the United Nations´ global campaign called the Future We Want in the lead up to Rio+20: the UN Conference on Sustainable Development, scheduled for 20-22 June 2012. Read more

August 24, 2011

Modern water pipeline inaugurated in...

Afabet, 23 August 2011 –Modern water pipelines and stations constructed in Afabet town so as to ensure the provision of reliable water supply have been inaugurated. Read more

June 14, 2011

Potable Water Supply Project Implemented...

Embeito, 13 June 2011-The implementation of potable water supply project in Embeito and Kodadu, Gala-Nefhi sub-zone, at cost of over 2.5 million Nakfa was inaugurated and has already began service. Read more

March in Eritrea’s History

Press Statement – EU’s Baseless and Offensive...

The Journey for Equality By: Mikal Tesfay

Ministry of Agriculture Promotes Swine and Rabbit...

Fighting Harmful Traditional Practices

Eritrea’s delegation in Sudan