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Sacrificing the environment for power
With renewable energy sources undeveloped, the widespread use of petrol and diesel generators pollute the air and exacerbate the effects of climate change.
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The long route to a cup of coffee
The coffee plant was discovered in Ethiopia 1,000 years ago, so why does coffee-loving Egypt still import most of its coffee from Indonesia?
An ambitious shipping route
In addition to ongoing inland maritime corridor development across the Nile Basin, a new project aims to advance the waterway from Lake Victoria to the Mediterranean Sea.
How to power booming industries
Tanzania, Rwanda and Burundi are putting measures in place to allow more commercial power trading.
The Niles Talk:
From one to a million connections, one connection at a time
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.
Importing energy and a higher quality of life
Connecting power across borders
Interest and power in the Eastern Nile
Business across borders
Fish in troubled waters
Lake Victoria’s once-abundant fish stocks in decline
Combating illegal fishing
Can fishing survive as a way of life along the River Nile?
Fast and convenient
Is the Nile still an important transport route?
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