‘Water Everywhere but Not a Drop to Drink’: Nigeria’s Eleme People Cry Out — WaterSan Perspective

Christian Chibuzo Maduka May 26, 2016 Eleme town is one of the various towns inhabited by the Eleme people of Ogoniland, the indigenous peoples that inhabit the Niger Delta region of Southeast Nigeria. The Eleme people live in ten village-clusters situated in Eleme Local Government Area (ELGA) of Rivers State, around 20 km East of […] … Continue reading ‘Water Everywhere but Not a Drop to Drink’: Nigeria’s Eleme People Cry Out — WaterSan Perspective

Make Bottled Water Available and Affordable

Guest Blog by Francis Mujuni, WASH Specialist@MCID Uganda with a population of 37 million people an annual population growth rate of 3.2% makes it one of the fastest growing countries in Africa (UBOS 2014)[1]. With such rate of growth compounded by high levels of poverty the country is unable to provide its people the required social amenities … Continue reading Make Bottled Water Available and Affordable