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The Rusumo Falls Hydroelectric Project area, October 27, 2013. (photo: Nile Basin Initiative (NBI))
The Rusumo Falls Hydroelectric Project area, October 27, 2013. (photo: Nile Basin Initiative (NBI))
The Rusumo Falls Hydroelectric Project area, October 27, 2013. (photo: Nile Basin Initiative (NBI))

How to power booming industries

Sylivester Domasa
Tanzania, Rwanda and Burundi are putting measures in place to allow more commercial power trading.
10.08.2018
The Niles Talk:

From one to a million connections, one connection at a time

Elzahraa Jadallah
Elzahraa Jadallah spoke with Grania Rubomboras, Programme Officer at the Nile Equatorial Lakes Subsidiary Action Programme Coordination Unit (NELSAP CU), about her work to light up the region.
10.08.2018

Importing energy and a higher quality of life

J. P. Mbarushimana
Rwanda plans on bidding farewell to the developing world by boosting its energy access.
10.08.2018

Connecting power across borders

Frederic Musisi
Two Nile Basin countries are among the world’s most populous energy deficit nations – but as East African countries continue to trade power, that could soon be a statistic of the past.
10.08.2018
The Aswan High Dam, under construction, November 1964. (photo: Ted Swedenburg | flic.kr/p/odyoMY) The Aswan High Dam, under construction, November 1964. (photo: Ted Swedenburg | flic.kr/p/odyoMY) The Aswan High Dam, under construction, November 1964. (photo: Ted Swedenburg | flic.kr/p/odyoMY)

Interest and power in the Eastern Nile

Ayah Aman and Sarah El-Sheikh
There have always been foreign investors in the Eastern Nile Basin, but how much have these countries benefitted from the help?
10.08.2018
Loaded: lorries are often loaded above capacity to maximise profits. (photo: The Niles | Mugume Davis)
Business across borders
10.08.2018  |  Economy
The Nile Basin annual fresh fish production is estimated at 3 million tons. (photo: The Niles | Mugume Davis)
Fish in troubled waters
Lake Victoria’s once-abundant fish stocks in decline
4.07.2018  |  Economy
The Nile Basin annual fresh fish production is estimated at 3 million tons. (photo: The Niles | Mugume Davis)
Combating illegal fishing
Can fishing survive as a way of life along the River Nile?
7.03.2018  |  Economy
Transporting people and goods on the Nile is an important source of income for many entrepreneurs living along the river. (photo: The Niles | Mugume Davis)
Fast and convenient
Is the Nile still an important transport route?
5.03.2018  |  Economy