Photographer Roger Anis spends two weeks traveling to villages in Sudan that were devastated by the extreme floods of 2020.
Khartoum farmers turn to effective microorganisms technology, a green approach to soil inoculation, to adapt to climate change
Effective Microorganisms (EM) technology is a Japanese innovation being used in Sudan to improve soil quality, crop growth, and crop yields.
Climate change is forcing wild animals to migrate to find safer places to live.
Such migration is bringing these wild animals closer to people’s settlements and is encourage poaching.
Read about the civil war, climate change and the effects of COVID-19 that is threatening South Sudan
The top InfoNile projects and stories of 2020, highlighting important stories in the Nile Basin around water access, climate change, wildlife and Covid-19.
A community group in Kibera informal settlement, Nairobi, is warning residents of flood conditions using SMS, Whatsapp, Facebook and radio.
Youth in communities across East Africa are innovating to adapt to the region’s changing climate, a cross-border project led by InfoNile has found.
By Mekonnen Teshome Tollera Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa (Sheger) was born twice: first, as a crowded city; and then again, …
By Deusdedith Kahangwa, Dar es Salaam About three kilometers north of the Tanzania’s State House, which is located along Barack …
Kigali, Rwanda is experiencing a water shortage due to an old distribution network and illegal connections. The government plans to replace old pipes and establish new reservoirs.