Sanitation workers have been put on high alert as radical opposition groups threaten to hold a series of illegal rallies today (August 14), a report said.
Security is expected to be tight across the country in response to calls fo
Some 2.4 billion people – one-third of the world’s population – will remain without access to improved sanitation in 2015, according to a joint WHO/Unicef report issued today.
The report, entitled Progress
Despite tremendous progress in the last two decades in bringing access to improved drinking water sources to the global population, finishing the task will not be easy as there will be still millions without access to safe water, said a top UN o
Despite tremendous progress in the last two decades in bringing access to improved drinking water sources to billions of people, finishing the task is not going to be easy, said a top UN official.
No doubt, there have been outstanding g
The Unilever Foundation and Domestos have joined to support Unicef’s community approaches to total sanitation (Cats) programme which aims to help hundreds of thousands of people in need gain improved access to basic sanitation.
HSBC Group has announced a new $100 million water programme in partnership with WWF, WaterAid and Earthwatch to tackle water risks in river basins and bring safe water to over a million people.
The five-year HSBC Water Programme will aim t
New infrastructure projects worth BD110 million ($291.7 million) are in the pipeline in Bahrain, said a senior government official, adding that tenders for more than 100 projects are due to be issued shortly.
They include 48 tenders for r
Bahrain Minister of Works Essam bin Abdulla Khalaf led by senior ministry officials inspected the ongoing sanitation and roads projects in Ma’ameer area of the kingdom.
The project is to link Ma’ameer industrial area and all unconnected ho
Bahrain Minister of Works Essam Bin Abdulla Khalaf inspected the ongoing sanitation and roads projects in Ma’ameer area of the Kingdom.
During his visit, the Minister stressed the importance of implementing the project in line with all sp
The Coca-Cola Africa Foundation has announced that $6 million will be dedicated to water and sanitation partnerships for improving the lives of nearly 250,000 women and girls in Africa.
Through RAIN, which will provide at least 2 million p