A Crisis in a Crisis: How the displaced people of Darfur in Sudan are dealing with water shortage amid a political transition and Covid-19 pandemic

Women specially suffer from the issue of water, because the burden of providing water to their families falls on their shoulders, they walk every day to the water distribution area, where they wait in line for hours to get to fill their water bottles.

Sudan, After the Flood (In Photos)

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.

Sucked Dry: Foreign Land Deals Threaten to Impair River Nile, Displace Millions

WHO OWNS THE WATERS OF THE NILE? A yearlong cross-border data journalism investigation about large-scale foreign land deals in the Nile

Combating Desertification: Awareness, National Mitigation & Innovation

Leena Yassin By Leena Yassin This story was made possible thanks to support from InfoNile and Internews’ Earth Journalism Network. Desertification is

Desertification Speaks

“Everyone is fighting against me. They think I’m bad. They don’t understand how desperately I want to settle.” A country

Khartoum pollution. Environmental culture is absent

Khartoum raised its head, hoping that her illness get treated among the last set of constitutional amendments … but nothing

Environmental Challenges in Sudan

The environmental challenges facing Sudan — a country in east Africa with an area of 1.88 million square kilometers — are major.

Coral Reefs of the Red Sea – Hanging In There!

Maha Khalil By: Maha Khalil If you happened to be on a SCUBA diving or snorkeling trip to the Great Barrier Reef,