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Trouble Don’t Last Always.
This title of a gospel song implies that change happens constantly. Nothing, not even trouble, is permanent. So making plans with only trouble in mind is futile. Remember – things change. The Niles correspondents explore a variety of cross-border projects that prepare the Nile Basin for a future vastly different from today.
Uganda's rising interest in silver fish
Uganda's fishing communities navigate innovative methods to process silver fish, hoping to access new markets and augment local nutrition.
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Uganda's Real-Time Fisheries Data Revolutionises Lake Management
Uganda's fisheries industry is undergoing transformative change. Innovative technology empowers stakeholders to make informed decisions, promotes sustainable development, and preserves fish stocks.
The plight of Kenya’s River Kisian
Curity Ogada and Alis Okonji
Once a sufficient lifeline for people and animals, increased human activity has taken its toll on Kenya’s River Kisian.
The Nile Basin Tangram
Leila Bendra and Dominik Lehnert
Explore the Nile Basin Tangram and test your knowledge and imagination by recreating each riparian country’s national animal.
Nile narratives without borders
Davis Mugume and Mohamed Wadie
In the transboundary Nile Basin, riparian countries are often divided by misunderstanding, suspicions and conflict over water use. Can media help ease these tensions?
Uganda and DRC are making big strides to resolve conflicts over fish in shared waters
A spike in killings and arrests among fishing communities from Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has been eased by a new bid to bring the countries together.
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