The Nile, the mighty river of Egypt, is home to some of the world’s most breathtaking waterfalls, including the majestic Sumerian Pyramid of Khufu, the famous Sphinx and the Great Pyramid of Giza.
As Africa’s second largest country, with over 7 billion people, its waterfalls are a spectacular sight.
But as many as 50% of the country’s rivers are in poor condition, with only a handful of them even capable of being reached.
The result is that many people struggle to reach these places in search of some of their daily needs.
Water is a vital resource in Africa, and as a result, it is increasingly important for water quality and conservation.
While the most visible signs of water quality decline are caused by the use of chemical fertilisers and other pollution, some of Africa’s other major rivers also suffer from a lack of water.
For example, the Tigris and Euphrates rivers are often said to be the world and the water is the main source of water for many African countries.
Water pollution in Africa is widespread and affects almost all regions of the continent.
The water quality problems in the rivers are not limited to Egypt and its neighbouring countries.
The problem also affects other major African countries like Niger, Chad and South Sudan.
There are no simple answers to the water problem in Africa.
In a bid to reduce water pollution, countries are working to develop solutions that can improve the flow of the Nile, improve the quality of the water supply and improve the water quality of water in the Nile’s mouths.
But the most effective solution will not come from the top.
Water conservation is the best solution for the environment and for people, but that requires governments to act.
So, a new strategy has emerged to help countries tackle the water problems.
A new water policy for AfricaA new plan to tackle water pollution in the African continent was launched in June 2017 by the United Nations.
The policy aims to improve water quality in rivers by creating an integrated water policy and to promote the development of river management and conservation measures.
According to the UN, the policy aims at a combination of: improving water quality; promoting and promoting river management; improved management of rivers; enhancing environmental protection; decoupling of water and economy.
This strategy has three major components: the creation of an integrated, sustainable and effective water policy, a plan for river conservation, and the implementation of river conservation measures across the country.
A key part of this plan will be improving the flow and quality of rivers.
The new policy is to establish an integrated system for river management in order to improve river flows.
This includes the creation and the coordination of a new water quality programme and an integrated river management plan.
The integrated water quality plan will help countries improve river flow and ensure that river flows are maintained in the region and across the continent, as well as the ability to measure river flows, predict river flows and monitor river flow in order improve river management.
This is the first time the UN has set up a national river management strategy.
The plan will aim to improve the flows of the rivers and to improve their quality and capacity.
A network of water treatment facilities and storage facilities will be established to protect water sources and provide an additional level of protection to water resources.
It will also encourage river flows by providing additional storage facilities to protect and improve river water sources.
In addition, the system will provide a new level of water protection, which includes a network of treatment facilities, storage facilities, river treatment systems, water quality monitoring stations, flood control dams, water treatment plants and other water infrastructure.
The aim of the integrated river conservation programme will be to:• improve the availability of water resources, such as water for irrigation, drinking, domestic consumption and industrial uses, to improve access to water for consumption and trade.• improve access of the public to water, especially in areas that have limited water supply.• help to improve ecosystem functioning and the overall health of the river and the ecosystem.• enhance the economic potential of rivers by facilitating economic activity.
The government of Niger has already begun to implement a national water policy.
In October 2017, it launched the Integrated River Management System for Niger, a system to enhance river flow, reduce pollution and conserve water resources across the Niger Delta.
In addition, it has set aside funds to develop a network to improve management of river systems and to develop the system.
The UN’s Integrated River Conservation Program aims to increase the availability and quality and reduce pollution in rivers and the environment.
The system will be designed to reduce river flows in the Niger River Delta by implementing a water quality management plan and the establishment of a river management programme.
The system will also be able to monitor river flows through the network of rivers that it will create.
The plan is being developed in cooperation with the Niger-Africa Centre for Integrated Water Resources (NACIR), the countrywide government-wide water resource