On 21 March the awards to the winners of the Israeli Young Scientists Competition were presented at the Knesset. About 70 young scientists, boys and girls, between 16-20, from all over Israel, participated in the final Competition of the Young Scientists.
This project aims to improve living conditions of communities in 14 selected peri-urban settlements of Dar es Salaam through provision of clean, safe and reliable water supply and sanitation facilities in a sustainable manner.
Au cours de la dernière décennie, l'Union européenne a consacré quelques 2,5 milliard d’Euros au secteur de l’eau et de l’assainissement dans 62 pays, dont un grand nombre en Afrique. Cet appui a permis l’approvisionnement en eau potable de quelques 70 millions de personnes, et l’accès à l'assainissement pour 24 millions de personnes.
Chief Observer Miroslav Poche bid farewell to 14 long-term observers (LTOs) who departed this morning from the European Union Election Observation Mission’s (EU EOM) headquarters in Banjul to their respective areas of observation across the country.
On the 16th of March, EU Ambassador to Namibia, Jana Hybaskova and the Namibian Minister of Agriculture, Water and forestry witnessed the last payment to Namibia’s Water and Sanitation Programme (NAWASA), amounting to €7.84 million. The EU has been supporting the Namibian Government in the implementation of Water and Sanitation policies under the NAWASA Programme since 2011. The main objective was to support the provision of potable water and adequate sanitation across the country, particularly to rural, poor communities. To this e