Monthly Archives: February 2011

Life in Africa

A good article which I thought was worth reading from http://cozay.com, http://cozay.com/AFRICA.php talked a little more about the effects of water amongst other things on daily life for most Africans. It says ‘Most of the streams in Africa are full of water-borne diseases … Continue reading

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An Integrated Approach is Needed

‘There is a Genuine risk that the Millenium Development Goals will not be met’ according to water Aids Policy and Research sector. The lack of success is blamed at a single sector approach and not looking at a wider integrated … Continue reading

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Life is looking up in Nafadji

The following is an excerpt from a water aid story from a Mali, a program being supported through http://www.f4ci.co.uk.   Awa carries water home to her family.  51 year old Awa lives in Nafadji, home to a community whose lives used to … Continue reading

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An example of a Water Project

The following video shows a picture of a bore hole water supply to a village in Africa. This is the sort of thing we are trying to achieve in Mali with our Mali Program. A bore hole can supply several … Continue reading

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