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5 million Africans to Have Access to Water and Sanitation as Kigali Action Plan is Launched PDF Print E-mail

Addis Ababa, January 29th 2015: Africa took a decisive step toward providing access to water and sanitation for millions living in the continent with the launching of the Kigali Action Plan (KAP) at the ongoing 24th African Union Summit in Addis Ababa.

The initiative borne out of recommendations of the inaugural African Water Status report presented at the January 2014 African Union Summit. Speaking at the launching, the President of African Ministers Council on Water (AMCOW) and Minister for Hydraulic and Sanitation, Senegal Hon. Ahmadou Mansour Faye commended the decision of the AU leaders in 2014 to initiate KAP to deliver access to clean water and safe sanitation for additional five million peoples in Africans living in 10 member countries identified with the most needs in the sector.

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AUC HANDS OVER AFRICA WATER SECTOR AND SANITATION MONITROING PROCESS TO AMCOW PDF Print E-mail

Abidjan, November 20th 2014 - The process of creating a sustainable system for harmonised monitoring, evaluation, reporting and sharing of information on all aspects of water use in Africa was given a major boost today as the African Ministers Council on Water (AMCOW) takes full charge. This followed the handover of the entire monitoring, evaluation and reporting process by the African Union Commission to AMCOW consequent to a € 2 million grant from the African Water Facility (AWF) for the establishment of a harmonised monitoring, evaluation and reporting system for the water sector in Africa.

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