Equitable Utilization of Nile Waters–cooperation is better than conflict

Aklog Birara (Dr) Part I of IVI have argued based on facts and U.N. conventions on the absence of a fair, just and mutuallybeneficiary regime of principles governing transboundary rivers as a result of which Ethiopia andother Sub-Saharan African riparian nations have been harmed severely. The narrative that I wantto dispel is Egypt’s false and …

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Press Statement – Unprovoked Sudanese Encroachment and Violation of Ethiopia’s Borders Press Statement January 5, 2021 EWAC is saddened by Sudan’s unexpected military attack and annexation of Ethiopian territory. We are concerned because this unprovoked attack undermines the long-established brotherly relations between these two African countries. EWAC is also deeply concerned that this encroachment impacts …

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What Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan (EES) could learn from SADC cooperation on trans-boundary water resources?

By: Berhanu F Alemaw, Ph.D., Professor and P.E. Water Resources Engineer. Semu Moges, Ph.D., P.E, Water Resource Consultant and Scientist, the Water-Energy-Food Nexus Team “Perhaps, the Nile is the only large river basin in the entire planet without inclusive framework agreement, legal and institutional regime for cooperative utilization of the basin. In addition, Nile is certainly …

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