3 Jul 2022 SEOUL, South Korea
Unexpected water release from North Korea's Hwanggang dam aggravates high water in Imjin River in South Korea.
3 Jul 2022 GUWAHATI, India
Intense monsoon rains affect north-eastern India and Bangladesh; 1.8 million people in India and 4 million people in Bangladesh displaced.
3 Jul 2022 LISBON, Portugal
Oceans under threat through plastics pollution, overfishing, and the effects of climate change, river basin and coastal pollution.
27 Jun 2022 THE HAGUE, Netherlands
The government is supporting a "water mission" to Mexico in September in order to "match" a myriad of problems with the latest in Dutch technology.
20 Jun 2022 DUSHANBE, Tajikistan
Minister addresses Dushanbe conference. SDG 6 objectives already integrated into 10-year National Development Plan and environmentally friendly and efficient hydraulic infrastructure development is crucial to its achievement.
17 Jun 2022 WASHINGTON DC, United States
The US Action Plan on Global Water Security takes the significant step of making water security, including access to water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH), a major component of US foreign policy for the first time.
17 Jun 2022 STOCKHOLM
Solar pumps will replace diesel operations at boreholes in six African countries. An estimated 800,000 refugees will benefit.
17 Jun 2022 LUCKNOW
Over 28,000 schools in Uttar Pradesh will receive on-site water treatment facilities. Modern ultrafiltration technology will be deployed.
17 Jun 2022 CAIRO
The desalination expansion project aims to raise the total water capacity of desalination plants in the country to about 1.4 million cubic meters per day.
7 Jun 2022 DAKAR, Senegal
The government of Senegal, the World Water Council, and the Executive Committee of the Forum have approved the synthesis report of the 9th World Water Forum. “A Blue Deal on water security and sanitation for peace and development”, summarises the results of a new form of integrated and results-oriented dialogue.
4 Jun 2022 ARLINGTON VA, United States
The Nature For Water Facility has launched its first call for proposals to support local programs that promote collective watershed management and nature restoration. Local NGOs, utilities, government agencies, and corporate entities can apply.