Tag: water

Cape Town: 10,000 decision makers to attend African Utility Week

May 8, 2019

Cape Town hosts this May 14-16 the African Utility Week dedicated to African professionals working in the electricity, energy and water sectors. Gathering professionals from ... Read More

Souss Region Farmers Contribute to Building of World’s Biggest Water Desalination Plant

December 29, 2017

Local farmers in the Souss region are financially contributing to the building of the world's biggest water desalination plant whose water will help irrigate the ... Read More

WB Warns of Ramifications of Water Scarcity on Stability of MENA Region

August 31, 2017

The World Bank issued a report mapping out actions needed to prevent water scarcity from impacting growth and stability in the MENA region. The report, ... Read More

EBRD Supports Upgrade of Sanitation Infrastructure in Egypt

May 29, 2017

The EBRD has lent €186 million the Fayoum Water and Wastewater Company to enable improve living conditions of the local three million inhabitants through the ... Read More

Algeria Releases ‘New Growth Model’ Warning of Unsustainable Subsidy System

April 13, 2017

The Algerian government released its 2030 vision for economic development, dubbed “New Growth Model,” warning of the unsustainability of the current subsidies system and urging ... Read More

Morocco, Madagascar Usher in New Era of Cooperation & Partnership

December 1, 2016

Morocco and Madagascar have decided to lift their cooperation in all sectors to new higher levels within the frame of a solidarity-based and win-win partnership. ... Read More

Moroccan Wastewater Treatment Project Wins Energy Globe Award

May 6, 2016

Moroccan Outiti Bouziane has won lately the Energy Globe Award 2016 for the liquid sewage treatment project carried out in the province of Al-Haouz, suburbs ... Read More

Morocco-Benin: LEMO takes over Benin Water Company

August 27, 2015

The Moroccan Oulmès water company (LEMO) announced Wednesday it notched a deal with the Benin water company “Eau Techonologie Environnement” (ETE) becoming the main shareholder ... Read More

King’s Speech, a Good Lesson in civics

August 21, 2015

Morocco’s King Mohammed gave a good lesson in civics in a speech he delivered on Thursday on the occasion of the 62nd anniversary of the ... Read More

Egypt-Ethiopia: a Looming Water War

June 6, 2013

Ethiopia’s project to construct the Grand Renaissance Dam, a $4.2 billion hydroelectric project that will divert the Blue Nile from its natural course, has flared ... Read More