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An opened border binds two countries

Fabien Niyonizigiye
A road linking Burundi and Tanzania has opened up trade and other connections, improving life for people on both sides.
10.08.2018

Forging a new path between Ethiopia and Sudan

Selam Mulugeta
A bus connection between Addis Ababa and Khartoum bridges both physical and emotional distance.
10.08.2018

A shared destiny

Henry Lutaaya
Why nations that share the same resources must unite.
10.08.2018
The answer beneath the earth

Can groundwater reserves solve water scarcity?

Henry Lutaaya
The water trapped beneath the earth’s surface in Africa is more plentiful and cleaner than surface water. The key is regulation and cooperation.
6.03.2018
Women spread fish to dry in the sun on the shore of Lake Victoria in Tanzania, 12. June 2016. (photo: Richard Mortel) Women spread fish to dry in the sun on the shore of Lake Victoria in Tanzania, 12. June 2016. (photo: Richard Mortel) Women spread fish to dry in the sun on the shore of Lake Victoria in Tanzania, 12. June 2016. (photo: Richard Mortel)
Balancing development and conservation

How can we best protect Lake Victoria’s ecosystem?

Sylivester Domasa
Tanzania’s Minister for Water and Irrigation, Isack Kamwelwe, spoke to The Niles about his government’s efforts to protect Lake Victoria’s delicate ecosystem.
1.03.2018