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    Source: GNA    Date: 29-03-2017 Time: 03:03:43:pm Lack of potable water has compelled residents of three communities in the East Gonja District of the Northern Region to compete with animals for drinking water from two dugouts in their communities. Residents of Vogyili, Sakpelua and Kpinchilla, about 21 kilometres away from Tamale, depend on the unsafe water ...
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    Editorial by Daily Guide, 29 March 2017 The ‘galamsey’ vessel Pictures of scary vessels with white skinned persons as they plough our river beds in search of precious minerals leaving behind muddied and polluted water represent the challenge of galamsey in the country. Our lands are being degraded in the most unacceptable manner and we ...
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    By Hafsa Obeng, GNA  27 march 2017 Dr Amin Bonsu, National Chairman of the Ghana Muslim Mission has expressed worry about the rapid increment of ‘galamsey’ (illegal mining) operations in the country in recent times. He said the activities of ‘galamsey’ operations are fast depleting the water bodies, and if care is not taking, potable ...
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    Daily Guide   25 March 2017 10:45 CET A few days ago, the world observed World Water Day and Ghana was not left out of the activities commemorating the important occasion. For us in Ghana, it was auspicious, coming at a time when many water sources have been polluted by unbridled human activities. Although many activities ...
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    The world marks World Water Day on Wednesday, March 22 to tackle water crises resulting from bad practices. The annual event which is celebrated on March 22 focuses on the importance of universal access to clean water, sanitation and hygiene in developing countries as well as developed ones. Though the event is supposed to promote ...
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    Source: GNA   22-Mar-2017 Mr Joseph Kofi Adda, Minister of Sanitation and Water Resources has re-affirmed government’s commitment to provide access to clean and adequate water, especially for the rural dwellers to prevent water-borne diseases. He said access to clean drinking water, effective sanitation, and education on the importance of good hygiene practice, were some of ...
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    Source: Ghana | Myjoyonline.com | george.nyavor@myjoyonline.com Date: 22-03-2017 Time: 06:03:26:am Experts at the Ghana Water Company have warned that the country risks importing water for consumption unless illegal mining activities stop. As the country joins the rest of the world to mark the WHO World Water Day, the experts say the spate of water pollution ...
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    Source: GNA Date: 22-03-2017 Time: 12:03:40:am Freshwater is undoubtedly an essential commodity in the 21st century and it is being used for domestic, commercial and industrial purposes. However, over the years various socio-economic activities of man have destroyed such a valuable resource, which plays a pivotal role in human survival. The menace of illegal mining ...
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    Zlati Meyer , USA TODAY 5:01 p.m. ET March 9, 2017 Bottled water has overtaken carbonated soft drinks as the most popular beverage in the U.S., a sign that consumers’ desire may finally be turning to nature’s original healthy, low-calorie drink option, a study shows. Americans bought 12.8 billion gallons of bottled water in 2016, ...
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    For the first time, bottled water surpassed sugary drinks as the largest beverage category in the United States. March 11, 2017 —Is water America’s new favorite beverage? Bottled water surpassed carbonated soft drinks to be the largest beverage category by volume, according to the latest report from market research and consulting firm Beverage Marketing Corp. While ...