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A farmer in Egypt’s Nile Delta.  (photo: The Niles | Asmaa Gamal)
A farmer in Egypt’s Nile Delta.  (photo: The Niles | Asmaa Gamal)
A farmer in Egypt’s Nile Delta.  (photo: The Niles | Asmaa Gamal)
Resource depletion

A virtual solution to the water shortage

Bassem Abo Alabass
Once again, Egypt has cut down on rice cultivation to conserve water.
28.03.2019

A case for unity

Davis Mugume
Experts give their thoughts on why it is imperative for Nile riparian countries to stick together.
22.03.2019
Comment

GERD’s delay could be an opportunity

Bassem Abo Alabass
An argument for why the GERD does not have to be a symbol of discord among Nile Basin countries.
22.03.2019

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
With flights being mostly unaffordable, bus connections play an important role across the Nile Basin. (photo: The Niles | Selam Mulugeta) With flights being mostly unaffordable, bus connections play an important role across the Nile Basin. (photo: The Niles | Selam Mulugeta) With flights being mostly unaffordable, bus connections play an important role across the Nile Basin. (photo: The Niles | Selam Mulugeta)

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