Freshwater Action Network
– grassroots influencing on water and sanitation

Africa

Civil Society Statement AFRICASAN +5 Durban, South Africa 2008

ANEW Civil Society Statement AFRICASAN +5 Durban, South Africa 2008

Déclaration des organisations de la societe civile delivree a la 13ème session ordinaire de la'assemblée de l'union Africaine

ANEW déclaration des organisations de la societe civile delivree a la 13ème session ordinaire de la'assemblée de l'union Africaine

Analysis of of Water and Sanitation Policies and Status of IWRM in Africa

An analysis of ANEW's region-wide initiative on "Promoting and improving the capacities of African Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) for advocacy and participation in governance to enhance provision of water supply and sanitation and Integrated Water Resource Management (IWRM), including recommendations.

ANEW summary of first Africa Water Week in Tunis 2008

A report of ANEW's involvement in the first Africa Water Week in Tunis 2008 including session recommendations.

ANEW member wins 3rd Kyoto World Water Grand Prize

ANEW member Katosi Women Development Trust (KWDT) received the 3rd Kyoto World Water Grand Prize at the closing ceremony of the 6th world water forum in Marseille France on 17th March 2012. This is the second time a FAN member has won the Kyoto Water prize in just the three years since the prize was launched.

Decent Sanitation Down the Drain - Voices from AfricaSAN 2008

Reflections from researchers at the UKZN Centre for Civil Society who participated in the SA Water Caucus's Civil Society Sanitation Consultation, February 2008

Interview with Ngabaghila Chatata: National Coordinator - Wesnet Malawi

Ngabaghila Chatata

Ngabaghila Chatata is the National Coordinator of WESNET, ANEW's national CSO network in Malawi. ANEW Communications Officer, Judith Auwa, talks to her about her perceptions of ANEW. Below is the complete interview.

Interview with Professor Kairu

Professor Kairu

We bid farewell to Professor Kairu who joined ANEW as Chair in 2005. Under his leadership, ANEW developed a formal relationship with AMCOW, the African Ministers' Council on Water, and was officially registered as a trust. He oversaw ANEW's three-year EU program. He stepped down as Chair in July 2011. Below is the complete farewell interview.

The politics of water in Uganda: today and tomorrow

In Uganda, where government has wholeheartedly embraced globalization as the way forward for development, water utilities are completely privatized. Unfortunately this has worsened corruption, degradation of ecosystems, excessive and careless consumption and wastage of water, contamination and salination of water bearings, aquifers and dams.

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