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- Getting Lebanon’s water flowing: using new SDG data in an urban crisisAlthough Lebanon is rich in water compared to Jordan, Israel and Syria, the amount of renewable water in the region has dropped from 1,000 cubic metres a year per person – considered the threshold of water poverty – to around 700m3 per person since the refugees arrived. Humanitarian agencies, national government and water utilities have been working to respo […]
- Cairo among 11 cities most likely to run out of drinking water due to pollution: BBCCairo is among 11 cities across the world that are most likely to run out of drinking water due to untreated agricultural and residential waste, according to a BBC report published on Sunday 18 February. Citing the World Health Organization (WHO), figures show that Egypt ranks high among lower middle-income countries in the number of deaths related to water […]
- Practice guidelines for water data management policyDuring the 28th UN-Water Meeting held in Rome early 2018, the Good Practice Guidelines for Water Data Management Policy has been officially launched. These Guidelines are intended to be used by officers responsible for formulating and implementing government strategy to improve water information, with the aim of advancing water policy, planning, management a […]