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Drinking water crisis in Beheira governorate

A drinking water crisis has plagued the governorate of Beheira in recent months, specifically the city of Kafr al-Dawar, according to member of parliament from Beheira Mohamed Saad Temraz. Speaking to Daily News Egypt, Temraz said that the water crisis has left multiple villages without access to clean drinking water for over three months. “People …

Youssef Osman

A world with less water

Water scarcity has long been a problem. But climate change, a growing global population and economic growth are putting the natural resource under even more stress.

Deutsche Welle

Improved water and sanitation essential for global development

By Dr. Bjørn Lomborg There are plenty of things, which those of us lucky enough to live in the industrialised world take for granted; running water and flush toilets are among the most basic of these. 2.5 billion – almost half of the developing world – lack even a basic latrine, and 1 billion have to …

Daily News Egypt

Challenges of providing water in Africa

By Dr Cesar Chelala One of the most notable changes in modern times is the rapid urbanisation of our planet, which began in the 19th century. While in 1950, 29% of the global population lived in cities, that figure is estimated now at 50%, and by 2030 it will reach 61%. In Africa, urbanisation experienced a …

Daily News Egypt