Disasters

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  • 18 Dec 2013- 10:14 by Local Press Report LUSAKA Times of Zambia European Investment Bank (EIB) has given Zambia $103 million USD to finance the implementation of the Zambia Water and Sanitation project.Finance Minister Alexander Chikwanda said the loan facility was intended to finance the
  • 10 Dec 2013- 10:12 by Local Press Report BUDAPEST Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Hungary) The Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs will ship the water purification equipment supplied by Budapest Municipal Waterworks to Cebu in the Philippines, to assist those living in the areas devastated by
  • 6 Dec 2013- 09:33 by Local Press Report TACLOBAN International Federation of Red Cross Four weeks ago, the area of Tolosa outside Tacloban had a plentiful supply of water. Wells and hand pumps were providing thousands of households with what they needed for washing, drinking and cleaning every day.
  • 25 Nov 2013- 10:11 by Local Press Report KHARTOUM Radio Dabanga The South Darfur camps for the displaced are allegedly suffering from a severe lack of drinking water. Speaking to Radio Dabanga, the spokesperson for the Association of Displaced People and Refugees of Darfur, Hussein Abu Sharati,
  • 25 Nov 2013- 10:13 by Local Press Report GABORONE Survival International Large parts of Botswana’s Central Kalahari Game Reserve (CKGR) – home to Africa’s last hunting Bushmen – have been opened up to international companies for the controversial practice of ‘fracking’, according to an
  • 21 Nov 2013- 10:16 by Local Press Report SINGAPORE InterAksyon Singapore’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs donated 600 boxes of potable water and 90 boxes of various medical supplies through the Philippine Embassy on November 19. The donation was made by Minister of Foreign Affairs and Law, K.
  • 21 Nov 2013- 10:16 by Local Press Report GAZA The New York Times Raw sewage has flooded streets in a southern Gaza City neighborhood in recent days, threatening a health disaster, after a shortage of electricity and cheap diesel fuel from Egypt led the Hamas government to shut down Gaza’s lone
  • 21 Nov 2013- 10:16 by Local Press Report TACLOBAN DVIDS Fresh water is one of the most important resources people need to survive. It is something people use every day for cooking, staying hydrated and fulfilling basic sanitation needs; Operation Damayan is enabling hundreds of thousands of people
  • 19 Nov 2013- 10:00 by Local Press Report WASHINGTON DC Oxfam International International aid and relief organization Oxfam America praised the ten members of Congress who urged the National Assembly of El Salvador to take immediate action to protect the environment and local communities from large
  • 15 Nov 2013- 10:11 by Local Press Report MANILA The Independent Up to four million children in the eastern Philippines are in desperate need of food, water and medicine in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan. Their lives are at risk unless the tardy pace of delivering emergency supplies is rapidly
  • 15 Nov 2013- 10:11 by Local Press Report GEORGETOWN Survival International Plans to build a massive hydro-electric dam on the land of two unique tribes in Guyana would lead to the destruction of a unique people and vast tracts of rainforest, a new report has revealed. The report ‘Dug out, dried out
  • 6 Nov 2013- 10:04 by Local Press Report SHENZHEN Epoch Times Thousands of fish have died in a lake in Guangdong Province since late October, probably due to pollution from sewage and industrial wastewater. The die-off took place in Minghu City Park in the city of Shenzhen. A reporter with the
  • 5 Nov 2013- 10:22 by Local Press Report QUITO PRweb The famous American actor and social activist Danny Glover arrived in Ecuador yesterday where he plans to visit an area of the Ecuadorian Amazon rainforest were the multinational oil giant Chevron operated, and was sentenced by a local court to
  • 31 Oct 2013- 09:42 by Local Press Report WINDHOEK New Era The Namibian government will make 'mega-investments' in water infrastructure over the years to come, said Minister of Agriculture, Water and Forestry, John Mutorwa. Namibia will require almost N$4 billion over the next five years
  • 24 Oct 2013- 09:51 by Local Press Report NEW YORK NY Bloomberg A former Ecuadorean judge who presided over a pollution case against Chevron Corp. (CVX) testified that he and a colleague who issued a $19 billion judgment against the company in the environmental lawsuit were bribed. The judge,

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