Water is life! We all depend on safe drinking water, water for agriculture and sanitary use. Let's safe our water resources not only today on the World Water Day! Saving water is in our hands!NABU together with all actors and stakeholders at Lake Tana Watershed is committed to ensure long-term access to safe drinking water, functional ecosystem services and sustainable sources of income for the Lake Tana Watershed!Join us and learn more: www.en.nabu.de/water-for-life Photos: Philipp Schütz#worldwaterday #valuingwater #nabuethiopia #nabu #laketana #cleandrinkingwater #bahirdar #amhara #water2me ...
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Today is International Women’s Day! 🎉 We have decided to celebrate it by showing some of the incredible women involved in our project Water for Life, at the Lake Tana Watershed! 😍In the first photo you can see Tesfaye Simegn, Tigist Abayineh and Haimanot Melese (from left to right) fetching for water, as well as Firesibahat Abuhay in the second picture. Atala Melashu, in the third picture, is preparing fish at the shore of Lake Tana, activity that is essencial for the region’s population. Meanwhile, Emeye Getu, in the fourth picture, uses the water of the lake to wash cloth. NABU is also supporting local businesses to improve their sustainability, and in the fifth picture you can see Hiwot Getie working in one of those stores. These women were all photographed the town Delgi in the Takusa district, which is also part of the Water for Life project’s region. We at NABU wish all the women a Happy Women’s Day! Let’s honour women all around the world! 🌍 Fotos: Getinet Fetene#internationalwomensday #celebratewomen #choosetochallenge #nabuethiopia #nabu_international #laketana #cleandrinkingwater #bahirdar #amhara ...
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Tadesse Mesfin, driver mechanic of Bahir Dar NABU project office passed away yesterday 12/October 2020. Tadesse was part of the project team since 2012 and he played unreserved effort to the success of the project. He contribute a lot as part of the team to the recognition of Lake Tana as UNESCO Biosphere. NABU Team feel sorry for his death. RIPNABU Team ...
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