The World Bank guaranteed the government of Angola with financing package for the implementation of the BITA Water Supply Project, which has the objective to develop water supply infrastructure that will provide water to urban and peri-urban belts of Luanda. Read more.
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Development experts say poverty amidst the populations surrounding Malawi’s second largest water body, Lake Chilwa, has placed the lake under intense threat. Read more.
Twenty percent of Malawi’s total area is covered by 18 water resource areas comprising of key river basins that are further sub-divided into individual river catchments. Lake Malawi dominates the country’s water catchments with a total size of 28,750 km2 and accounting for 95 percent of all surface water resources in the country. Read more.