Who Owns the Nile? Egypt, Sudan, and Ethiopia’s History-Changing Dam


vol. 6, subject 6 – march 2013 By ANDREW CARLSON A rendering of the Grand Renaissance Dam beneath building in Ethiopia on the Blue Nile. Its completion is predicted to profoundly change the allocation of water sources in Africa. Editor’s Notice: Egypt and Sudan are completely depending on the waters of the Nile River. Over the previous century each of those desert nations have constructed a number of dams and reservoirs, hoping to restrict the ravages of droughts and floods which have so outlined their histories. Now Ethiopia, one among eight upriver states and the supply of a lot of the Nile waters,


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