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Nigeria: Activists reject Corporate Privatisation of water as World Bank Meets

Civil society and labour activists on the platform of the Our Water Our Right Africa Coalition have called on African governments to reject water privatisation and demand the return of water systems seized by private corporations. They asked that water be returned to the hands of the African people and be publicly funded and equitably […]

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Ghana: Africa Water Activists resist Corporate Privatisation as World Bank Meets

Activists making the demands come from Cameroon, Gabon, Ghana, Kenya, Mozambique, Nigeria, Senegal, Tanzania Uganda, representing parts of the continent currently under acute threat of water privatisation Civil society and labour activists on the platform of the Our Water Our Right Africa Coalition have called on African governments to reject water privatisation and demand the

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Nigeria: Africa Activists, Global NGOs Oppose Water Privatisation As World Bank, IMF Meet

Civil society and labour activists on the platform of the Our Water Our Right Africa Coalition have called on African governments to reject water privatisation and demand the return of water systems seized by private corporations back to the hands of the African people to be publicly funded and equitably managed. The coalition made the

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Africa water activists resist corporate Privatisation as World Bank meets

From left: Achike Chude, Vice Chair of Joint Action Front, Aderonke Ige, Associate Director, CAPPA, and Philip Jakpor, Director of Programmes, CAPPA. Civil society and labour activists on the platform of the Our Water Our Right Africa Coalition have called on African governments to reject water privatisation and demand the return of water systems seized by private

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Africa Water Week: Activists, labor union march against water privatization in Cameroon

A coalition of civil society organizations, labor unions, and human right activists on Wednesday, October 13 held a campaign against water privatization in Yaounde, Cameroon. The groups held a peaceful march to the Veolia’s offices and World Bank in Yaoundé, Cameroon, as part of the week-long activities for the Africa Water Week. The Africa Water Week

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Nigeria: Groups march on Lagos ministry, demand end to Water Privatisation

Civil society and labour activists on the platform of the Our Water Our Right movement have called on the Lagos State Government to reject all forms of corporate control of water and privatisation of water services, including through so-called “public-private partnerships.” CAPPA’s Executive Director, Akinbode Oluwafemi, addressing participants at the Lagos Ministry of Environment and

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Water Week: Activists, labour unions march against water privatisation in Nigeria

The Africa Water Week, the first-ever, holds from October 11 to 15. A coalition of civil society organisations, labour unions, and human right activists on Monday held a campaign against water privatisation in Lagos. The groups held a peaceful march to the Lagos State Ministry of Environment on Monday, as part of the week-long activities

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