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OWORAC Condemns Attacks on Water Justice  Advocates in Bali

The Our Water Our Right Africa Coalition strongly condemns the recent attacks on water justice advocates in Bali, Indonesia. We stand in solidarity with the People’s Water Forum (PWF) and call for immediate action to safeguard civil society’s right to convene without fear of harassment or intimidation. According to reports by the PWF, the civil […]

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World Water Day: 113 Million Nigerians lack access to drinkable Water

A Pan-African organization, Corporate Accountability and Public Participation Africa (CAPPA), has bemoaned the fact that millions of people in Africa and Nigeria in particular lack access to drinkable water. 400 million people in Africa and 110 million in Nigeria are currently deprived of the basic right to safe drinkable water — a development described as

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CAPPA asks state governments to solve water inaccessibility in Nigeria

Corporate Accountability and Public Participation Africa (CAPPA) has called on state governments to solve water inaccessibility in Nigeria. In an address to commemorate World Water Day 2024, Oluwafemi Akinbode, CAPPA’s executive director, noted that over 400 million people across Africa still lack access to safe drinking water. Akinbode spoke on Friday, in Lagos at a

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110 million Nigerians lack safe drinking water — Report

Over 400 million people in Africa and 110 million in Nigeria lack access to the basic right to safe drinkable water. The Corporate Accountability and Public Participation Africa (CAPPA) made the declaration on Saturday to mark International Water Day. It expressed worry over the poor access to water by millions of people in Africa and

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World Water Day: 113 Million Nigerians Deprived Of Drinkable Water — CAPPA

A Pan-African organisation, Corporate Accountability and Public Participation Africa (CAPPA), has decried poor access to water by millions of people in Africa and Nigeria in particular. The organisation said over 400 million people in Africa and 110 million in Nigeria were deprived of the basic right to safe drinkable water — a development it described

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Over eight million Lagosians lack access to good water – CSO

Corporate Accountability and Public Participation Africa has said over eight million Lagos state residents still lack access to potable water due to inaccessibility to good water on privatisation. The Chief Executive Officer of CAPPA, Akinbode Oluwafemi, made this known on Friday while commemorating the annual World Water Day under this year’s theme of ‘Water for

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Coalition of Civil Societies vows to resist moves to privatise water sector n African communities

Says World Bank, IMF, behind privatization project As African countries observe Africa Week of Action Against Water Privatization, the Coalition of Civil Societies and activists have vowed to resist the commercialization of access to water. The activists made the disclosure at a press conference on Monday in Lagos to mark this year’s Africa Week of

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