PRESIDENT WEAH BREAK GROUND FOR CONSTRUCTION OF NEW 48-INCH DIAMETER PIPELINE PROJECT

PRESIDENT WEAH BREAK GROUND FOR CONSTRUCTION OF NEW 48-INCH DIAMETER PIPELINE PROJECT

President Weah breaks ground for construction of 48 inch diameter pipeline that will supply quality water to nearly one million residents of greater Monrovia.

Liberia President has break ground for the construction of 48 inch diameter pipeline. The project is aimed at migrating water challenges in the nation.

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PARLIAMENT SPEAKER ASK GOVT TO ABANDON DAM PROJECT IN UGANDA

PARLIAMENT SPEAKER ASK GOVT TO ABANDON DAM PROJECT IN UGANDA

Parliament speaker urge Government to abandon construction of Murchison Falls Dam

Uganda Speaker for Parliament has urge the Government to Abandon the proposed power dam construction. According to her, she is seeking assurance from the government. This will enable the Murchison Falls to be untouchable.

Early this month, a publication …

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UGANDA GOVERNMENT TO COMMISSION ISIMBA HYDROPOWER DAM

UGANDA GOVERNMENT TO COMMISSION ISIMBA HYDROPOWER DAM

President Kaguta Museveni will later today commission the Isimba Hydropower Dam

Uganda Government will today commission the Isimba Hydropower Dam project. The 183MW Isimba Hydropower Dam will help address the shortage of power and also increase the nation capacity to 1000MW.

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GHANA TO CONSTRUCT 570 DAMS IN THREE NORTHERN REGIONS

GHANA TO CONSTRUCT 570 DAMS IN THREE NORTHERN REGIONS

Construction of 570 Dams to Improve Agriculture in Ghana

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo announce the construction of  570 dams and 15 warehouses in the Ghanaian northern region. The dams are to aid agricultural development. The construction is also in line with the NPP Governments manifesto to improve community-owned and …

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CONSTRUCTION OF Sh63BILLION DAM KICK-OFF IN KENYA

CONSTRUCTION OF Sh63BILLION DAM KICK-OFF IN KENYA

Plans are underway for the construction of two Dam in Kenya.

The Construction of Elgeyo-Marakwet dam is set to kick-off in kenya. The project which is worth Sh63 billion will also help create more development in nation. Meanwhile for the past two weeks, seventeen engineers from europe has been camping …

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TANZANIA’S $215M KIDUNDA WATER PROJECT TO BE INITIATED IN JULY

TANZANIA’S $215M KIDUNDA WATER PROJECT TO BE INITIATED IN JULY

Tanzania’s Kidunda dam water project to commence in july.

The long awaited Kidunda Dam water project in Morogoro Region in Tanzania will commence in july 2018. Negotiations between the Dar es Salaam water and Sewerage Authority (DAWASA) and the National Social Securtiy Fund (NSSF) are ongoing as the project is …

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ETHIOPIA TO CONTINUE WITH CONSTRUCTION OF RENAISSANCE DAM EVEN AFTER EGYPT WARNS

ETHIOPIA TO CONTINUE WITH CONSTRUCTION OF RENAISSANCE DAM EVEN AFTER EGYPT WARNS

Mr Beleke says Ethiopia does not need anyone’s permission to benefit from its natural resources.

Ethiopian minister of water, electricity and irrigation, Seleshi Bekele, after a meeting (between countries that share the Nile) which ended without an agreement, said despite warnings from Egypt it would continue with the construction of …

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CONTRACT FOR US$582m THAKWE MULTI-PURPOSE DAM HAVE BEEN SIGNED

CONTRACT FOR US$582m THAKWE MULTI-PURPOSE DAM HAVE BEEN SIGNED

Kenya Government signs US$582m contract for construction of Thakwe multi-purpose dam.

The county governments of Makueni and Kitui in Kenya have signed a US$582m contract with China Gezhouba Group Company to construct  the Thwake Multi-Purpose Dam.

Thakwe Dam which is currently the largest project of its kind in East Africa, …

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ZIMBABWE TO COMPLETE DAM AFTER 105 YEARS WAIT

ZIMBABWE TO COMPLETE DAM AFTER 105 YEARS WAIT

The Gwayi-Shangani dam to be completed in two years, that will bring about socio-economic transformation after 105 years wait.

The Gwayi-Shangani Dam which is one of the national projects being undertaken under Zim-Asset is on the confluence of Gwayi and Shangani rivers, has been put on hold for so long …

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