Netsquared is starting to post follow-up interviews with the 5 FACT Challenge Winners - Kabissa Connections is among them and will be featured next week. I will be crossposting the African project interviews here to share them with the Kabissa community and invite you to explore the project ideas, learn from them and give them your support. Read on to learn about the E-Peace Building Project in Kenya's Ewaso Ngiro River Basin.
Water is life as the saying goes.We use water for our day to day activities but what i could see in my locality is that the percentage of water that runs out waste daily is much more than what we use.
October 15th is blog action day and the topic is water.
What could I say about water? I live in the UK. I have normal hot and cold running water. I haven't even got a power shower, dishwasher or fancy garden water feature - just simple household running water - nothing remarkable - just ordinary water - drinking water. What is there to say?
Ordinary? Drinking water? Running water? Drinking water running to my house? That's ordinary? The running drinking water that I have... that is normal?
The Somali Media for Environment, Science, Health and Agriculture (SOMESHA) takes part in the global movement against the climate change.
Happy Blog Action Day everyone! The topic this year is WATER. Kabissa members are invited to blog about water in AFRICA. You can send in your posts via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or post online to http://kabissa.org/group/connect (if you get a notification back you need to join the group).
Below are some great tips from the Blog Action Day team on what to write about on this important day for bringing the world together around the crucial issue of water.
The 15th October is Blog Action Day and the theme for 2010 is water so I thought I would take action and blog about this topic.
So far more than 1600 bloggers from 100 countries have registered to participate in the worldwide Blog Action Day on 15 October 2010. A global call to unite bloggers and raise awareness for the issue of water.
Yesterday was world water day and all well wishers across the globe did their best with several occasions to grace the day. I will want to tackle it from my country (Ghana) for now but I will be referring to all countries at the later part of this message.
22nd of March, it´s world water day , an initiative that grew out of the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) in Rio de Janeiro. All over the world events highlighted the need to raise awareness about conflicts and health issues stemming from water scarcity.