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Read NBDF Newsletter Issue N. 9 - NBDF Rwanda

Read NBDF Newsletter Issue N. 9 - NBDF Rwanda

Read NBDF Newsletter Issue N. 9 - NBDF

NILE BASIN DISCOURSE FORUM INRWANDAMONTHLY NEWSLETTERSEPTEMBER, 2007ISSUE 9TABLE OF CONTENTSRwanda Journalists to raiseawareness on Nile Conservation,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1The Nile and Irrigation,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1Les femmes dans ledéveloppement socioeconomique,,,,,,,,,2The downdall of the Nile glory.2Competition Brews Good Newsfor Rwanda as World-Class SpecialtyCoffee Producer,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,4Rwanda: Environment SyllabusComing,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,5RWANDAN JOURNALISTS TO RAISE AWARENESS ON NILE CONSERVATIONRwanda Nile Media Network( NMN Rwanda) is committed toraising awareness on the conservationof river Nile.Group Photo of Rwanda Nile Media Network members (File photo)NMN Rwanda was created by theNBI’ s Confidence Building and StakeholdersInvolvement Project (CBSI)and is hosted by the Nile Basin DiscourseForum in Rwanda (NBDFRwanda)The source of the Nile has been oneof the contentious issues among riparianstates and Rwanda also believesto have the source inNyungwe Forest in the Southern partof the country as other countriesalso claim to own the source.Economic opinion for the region,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,5La NBDF en collaboration avecl’Université Nationale duRwanda,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,5Water management ‘lacks technology’,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,7“Poverty reduction and watersecurity ” issues raised fromRwannda,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,9Rwanda ‘most improved’inAfrica,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,10The NILE PORTRAY.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,11Members of NBDF-Rwanda.,,,,,121‘In order to avoid conflicts which might come as a result of ownership of the Nile and other wrong information, journalistshave to play a constructive role and do proper reporting’ said Mr. Frank Habineza, NBDF Rwanda’s NationalCoordinator in the NMN Rwanda meeting, held on 29th September at Alpha Palace Hotel, in Kigali.In this meeting , journalist were able to elect a new committee, chaired by Ms Kayitesi Susan from UNR and the Coordinatoris Mr.Musoni Edwin from New Times and Ms Hellen MWIHOREZE as Assistant Coordinator and from FOCUSNewspaper . To page 7The drainage basin of the Nile covers 3,254,555km², about 10 per cent of the area of Africa.Ancient irrigation styles depended very muchon the physical geography and geology of thearea, and the engineering skills available. Fourdifferent styles of irrigation were developedvery early in agricultural history. All irrigationsystems depend on taking water from naturalsources and diverting it to artificial channels orponds where it is applied to crops.The Nile valley is rainless and extremely fertile.To Page 6THE NILE AND IRRIGATIONHow irrigational activities are done in Egypton the Nile.National Coordination Office,NBDF-Rwanda, Opposite Amahoro National Stadium, on Kimironko Rd.P O Box 3967 Kigali-Rwanda, Tel. +250-55 10 17 85/6 or +250 (0) 85 630 39, Email: info@nbdfrwanda.org.rwWebsite: www.nbdfrwanda.org.rw

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