This Year’s theme for World Water Day is 'Water and Sustainable Development'. Water is at the core of sustainable development. Water resources, and the range of services they provide, underpin poverty reduction, economic growth and environmental sustainability. According to UNESCO (2015), from food and energy security to human and environmental health, water contributes to improvements in social well-being and inclusive growth, affecting the livelihoods of billions.
The Lake Victoria Climate Change Brief No.2 developed from an assessment report commissioned by the East African Sustainability Watch Network was launched in October 2013.
Litei self –help group in Nandi hills Kenya is the best implemented community-driven development (CDD) sub-projects funded by LVEMPII.
"There are emerging disappointments with the Lake Victoria Environmental Management Project II (LVEMPII) from some stakeholders in the River Katonga "
More than 30 million people derive livelihoods from Lake Victoria and have started feeling the impact of irregular fishing that involves removal of immature fish using illegal fishing gear.
East African Citizens have been asked to mind their environmental status if they are to fully benefit from the East African Integration.
Civil society Sanitation Campaign against Open defecation returns hope to Lake Victoria’s Ihale BMU in Tanzania
A pilot project intending to contribute to livelihood diversification of the fishing dependent communities on the Islands of Lake Victoria, through introduction of alternative income generating activities-IGA is on course.
St Matthew Busende Primary School in Busia County-Kenya was the venue of the World Wetlands Day, celebrated on 2nd February 2014 under the theme of “Wetlands and Agriculture Partners for Growth”.
EA Suswatch Network has identified environmental degradation as the top most hindrance to environmental sustainability In East Africa.