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African Water Facility Hosts Key Donors on the Implementation of its Flagship Program and Development of its Strategy 2026 –2030 23 February 2024 The African Water Facility on 21 February 2024 hosted representatives from the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Nordic Development Fund (NDF) in Abidjan. Representatives and staff of the Facility discussed progress of the Denmark-NDF funded flagship program on improving access to climate...
2023 Newsletter - Issue 4: Our Year in Review 28 December 2023 What a year 2023 has been! As the year comes to a close, the African Water Facility has much to celebrate. We made important progress in advancing our mission to improve the availability, accessibility and sustainability of water and sanitation across Africa through support to the preparation of...
Bulletin d'information de la Facilité africaine de l'eau 2023 - Numéro 4 : Bilan de l'année 28 December 2023 Quelle année 2023 ! Alors que l’année s’achève, la Facilité africaine de l’eau a de quoi se réjouir. Nous avons réalisé d’importants progrès dans l’avancement de notre mission qui consiste à améliorer la disponibilité, l’accessibilité et la durabilité de l’eau et de l’assainissement dans toute l’...
African Water Facility Approves €830,000 for Feasibility Study and Design for Lusaka City Water Supply Improvement Project 22 December 2023 The African Water Facility has approved a €830,000 grant for feasibility study and detailed design of the Lusaka City Water Supply Improvement Project in Zambia. The project aims to increase access to safe, sustainable, and inclusive water supply and infrastructure in urban areas. It will also...
African Water Facility Approves €500,000 for the Preparation of an Investment Plan to Support Climate Resilient Socio-Economic Growth in the Lake Chad Basin 15 December 2023 The African Water Facility has approved a grant of €500,000 to support the preparation of a five-year investment plan under the Investment Planning for Climate Resilient Socio-Economic Growth in the Lake Chad Basin (PIBALT) project, which aims to catalyse the efficient, sustainable, and equitable...
La Facilité Africaine de l'eau approuve 500 000 euros pour la préparation d'un plan d'investissement visant à soutenir une croissance Socio-économique Résiliente au Climat dans le Bassin du lac Tchad 15 December 2023 La Facilité africaine de l'eau a approuvé une subvention de 500 000 euros pour soutenir la préparation d'un plan d'investissement quinquennal dans le cadre du projet Planification des Investissements pour une Croissance Socio-Économique Résiliente au Climat dans le Bassin du Lac Tchad (PIBALT), qui...
COP 28: African Water Facility hosts event on Water Security for Climate Resilience in Africa 07 December 2023 What: Presentation on Water Security for Climate Resilience in Africa: Transformative Water Systems for Climate Adaptation Who: African Water Facility, African Development Bank When: Sunday, 10 December 2023; 9:30AM – 11AM (UAE) Where: MDB Pavilion and online. Register here. The African Water...
African Water Facility at COP 28: Advancing the Conversation on Water and Climate 04 December 2023 The United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 28) is taking place in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, from 30 November to 12 December 2023. The conference convenes global and business leaders, experts, climate scientists, and other stakeholders to address the climate crisis and take decisions to...
African Water Facility Newsletter - Issue 3: Agents of Change 01 November 2023 What is the connection between water and sanitation? Both are essential to survival and are fundamental rights of all people. In Africa, these precious resources remain crucial to sustenance and to improving social and human development, and we are proud to work with African countries to ensure...
Bulletin d'information de la Facilité Africaine de l'eau - Numéro 3 : Agents du Changement 01 November 2023 Quel est le lien entre l’eau et l’assainissement ? Ces deux éléments sont essentiels à la survie et constituent des droits fondamentaux pour tous. En Afrique, ces ressources précieuses restent essentielles à la subsistance et à l’amélioration du développement social et humain, et nous avons le...

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