Launch of ‘Water Struggles, Anti-Capitalist Resistance to Privatization and Organizing Politics in Africa’ Poster Series

The African Ecofeminist Collective and The Alternative World Water Forum are happy to share with you the first part of our poster series: (Water Struggles, Anti-Capitalist Resistance to Privatization and Organizing Politics in Africa). This poster series hopes to creates spaces for conversations on the possibilities of feminist, political and

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Join Us For Day 3 of #FAME2022

Join us for the opening session of Day 3 of #FAME2022 ‘Gener and Water’ featuring inputs from: Ruth Nyambura, African Ecofeminist Collective, Kenya Fatou Diouf, Public Services International, Senegal Meritxell Lendinez , Engineering Without Borders (ISF), Spain Lina Mondragon, Penca de Sábila, Colombia Muhamed Lamin Saidhykhan, Africans Rising, Gambia Coumba

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The Covid-19-water-service-provision nexus: Structural problems and transformative potential in times of crisis – the case of Lagos, Nigeria

Just like the year preceding it, 2021 was marked by the Covid-19 pandemic and its severe health, economic and social consequences. In the face of a highly infectious and potentially deadly virus, the interrelated concepts of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) became the center of official preventive measures by international

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