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The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) captured by the Sentinel-2 satellite on April 4, 2020. (photo: Copernicus Programme)
The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) captured by the Sentinel-2 satellite on April 4, 2020. (photo: Copernicus Programme)
The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) captured by the Sentinel-2 satellite on April 4, 2020. (photo: Copernicus Programme)
Review

Do we need a framework for dams?

Waakhe Simon
The Eastern Nile Technical Regional Office (ENTRO) is drawing up a coordination framework for dams in the region, aiming to ease conflicts about dams and water supply in the future.
31.03.2021
Comment

The roadmap towards a dam in South Sudan

Francis Wani
Many people are thinking about introducing dams to South Sudan – but a systematic approach is needed before they become a reality in the country.
18.03.2021
The cascade effect

Sharing information, knowledge and experience

MiCT The Niles
The interdependency of dams in a river system demands coordination, so all dams have an optimal configuration that, in the interplay with all others, minimises risks and maximises benefits for all riparian states.
22.02.2021
Directions

Make food security the top agenda in the Nile Basin

Waakhe Simon
The Nile Basin Initiative is in a race for time as growing populations still rely on rain to grow crops. Irrigation is a solution on the one hand, but a new challenge on the other.
29.12.2019
Farmland near Goma, DRC. (photo: The Niles | Tuver Wundi) Farmland near Goma, DRC. (photo: The Niles | Tuver Wundi) Farmland near Goma, DRC. (photo: The Niles | Tuver Wundi)
Basics

Respect the river that nourishes us

Tuver Wundi
To feed the growing number of people who will rely on the Nile in coming years, all countries in the basin must ensure that the river is used sustainably.
15.12.2019