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The protocol was signed via video conference by Amr Talaat, Minister of Communications and Information Technology, and ElSayed ElKosayer, Minister of Agriculture and Land Reclamation.
Whilst Aswan High Dam water levels are safe, data indicates increase in rainfall upstream along River Nile
Irrigation Minister reviewed plans within country’s National Water Strategy 2037
Avoiding nasty underwater predators motivated some marine animals to spend more time on land, says research
The move comes as part of the company’s support for Egypt’s healthcare professionals during this challenging time, as they battle the ongoing pandemic.
Poor regional water treatment facilities means populations face continued potential threat from virus
‘I believe that a big part of solution for Nile issues is boosting humanitarian communication among people of Nile Basin countries,’ says Roger Anis
Crust contains about 35% of red planet’s total water
Torrents were a top priority for the ministry since 2016
Company aims to increase its exports by about 40% in 2020
Owaida stated that the officials of the water companies made sure of their ability to follow the revenue system and the problems of subscribers from their offices, moment by moment, using the smart meter invented by the company.
Negotiations to be resumed in Sudan
Desalination plants in Egypt will provide clean water for drinking use, not agriculture, says former water resources minister
Sector seizes 20% of the bank’s investments in Egypt with €310m, says Heckman
Egypt’s Foreign Minister emphasises respecting International Laws when dealing with transboundary watercourses
In fact, the Middle East is considered the most water scarce region in the world. The Middle East/North Africa (MENA) region has only 1,100 m3 of renewable water per capita per year. For comparison, Western Europe has 5,400 m3 and North America 20,300 m31.
EU co-funded water programmes extend over 12 governorates providing nearly 25,000 permanent jobs, says Popowski
EIB grants Alexandria West Wastewater Treatment Plant with €20m, expected to be signed by year-end, says EIB’s Mashreq Unit head
Egypt is the world’s aridest country, suffers from 90% gap water resources, says Irrigation Minister
Ministry’s statements come following media reports about pumping water from the Nile to Sinai
Science holds answers for Egypt’s water poverty
Ethiopia vows to make ongoing dialogue successful
The Second Fleet was reactivated to patrol the Arctic
The topic of the management and sustainable exploitation of wastewater, at urban and industrial levels, has a high profile at Ecomondo (5-8 November, Rimini Expo Centre), the Italian Exhibition Group’s platform for the circular and green economy in Italy and Europe.
New tariff set at EGP 3.5 per kW for electricity, EGP 25 per tonne for water
Recently, Egypt expressed dissatisfaction with long-term negotiations with Ethiopia
Dues on water companies reached EGP 9bn until 30 June, says Raslan
Since 2009, USAID’s partnership with Assiut has helped over 370,000 residents have access to potable water and sanitation, Sherry F. Carlin, USAID Mission Director, said.
Ministry of Irrigation declared state of emergency over water situation
The projects, worth €110m come as part of the €500 Single Support Framework (SSF) for EU to Egypt 2017-2020.