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Articles with keyword "Water Rights"

MADRE Delivers: Clean Water in Nicaragua

Posted on: Friday, June 22, 2012

Keywords: Nicaragua, Latin America and Caribbean, Environmental Justice, Water Rights, Indigenous Rights

Our partners in Nicaragua are providing clean water to Indigenous coastal communities.

Project Update: Sustainable Solutions for Clean Water in Nicaragua

Posted on: Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Keywords: Latin America, Nicaragua, Indigenous Rights, Water Rights

Read a project update from MADRE's partner organization Wangki Tangni.

Emergency Aid for Families in Famine-Hit Communities

Posted on: Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Keywords: Kenya, Africa, Environmental Justice, Water Rights, Climate Change, Famine, Emergency Relief

We have great news from our partners at Womankind Kenya!

A Conversation with Rose Cunningham of Wangki Tangni

Posted on: Monday, August 1, 2011

Keywords: Nicaragua, Latin America and Caribbean, Environmental Justice, Disaster Relief, Water Rights, Indigenous Rights, Climate Change, Flooding

Rose Cunningham speaks on Nicaragua's dangerous rainy season.

Help Survivors of the Famine in Somalia

Posted on: Monday, July 25, 2011

Keywords: Kenya, Africa, Environmental Justice, Water Rights, Climate Change, Famine, Emergency Relief

Our partners in Kenya are mobilizing urgently to give life-saving aid to people suffering in the famine in East Africa.

Project Update: Expanding Access to Safe Water for Indigenous Women in Kenya

Posted on: Thursday, April 14, 2011

Keywords: Kenya, Africa, Environmental Justice, Water Rights

Ongoing drought in Kenya has put millions of people at risk of hunger and starvation. For women who play a primary role in securing clean water for their families, these severe droughts create new burdens. MADRE partners with the Indigenous...

Project Update: Engineering a Solution for Clean Water in Nicaragua

Posted on: Friday, March 25, 2011

Keywords: Nicaragua, Latin America and Caribbean, Environmental Justice, Water Rights

In the North Atlantic Coast of Nicaragua, Indigenous Peoples often live without health or sanitation services, a result of government neglect and marginalization. This has left people facing life-threatening risks. We have heard women in the communities of our partner...

Project Update: Looking for Clean Water in Occupied Gaza

Posted on: Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Keywords: Palestine, Middle East, Environmental Justice, Water Rights

Gaza’s water crisis is one of the most urgent humanitarian crises in the region. In Gaza City, many houses have running water only once a week, and in some of the poorest communities, families do not have taps in or...

Pakistan: Relief from the Floods, Project Update

Posted on: Monday, August 30, 2010

Keywords: Pakistan, Emergency Relief, Environmental Justice, Asia, Water Rights

Here is an update on MADRE and Shirkat Gah flood relief efforts in Pakistan.

Kenya: Conserving Water, Saving Lives

Posted on: Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Keywords: Kenya, Africa, Environmental Justice, Water Rights, Women's Health, Combating Violence Against Women

MADRE is working with our partner in Kenya, the Indigenous Information Network (IIN), to support the Kilgoris Girls' School. Together, we are providing young girls with a safe space where they can grow and learn without fear of a forced marriage.

You Can Help End Suffering in Gaza

Posted on: Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Keywords: Palestine, Israel, Middle East, Gaza, Water Rights, Economic Justice, Environmental Justice

Ghalia, like so many mothers in Gaza, struggles every day to find clean water for herself and her children. And she worries every day about her children becoming sick or even dying from the filthy water they are sometimes forced to drink.

Clean Water for Gaza: Maryam's Story

Posted on: Monday, July 26, 2010

Keywords: Palestine, Israel, Middle East, Gaza, Water Rights, Economic Justice, Environmental Justice, Profile

Early last year, Israel destroyed much of Gaza’s rudimentary water infrastructure in a protracted bombing campaign. Since then, an ongoing economic blockade has prevented Gazans from importing materials they need to rebuild the water system. Contaminated drinking water is putting...

Kenya: Water Rights are Human Rights, Project Update

Posted on: Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Keywords: Kenya, Africa, Environmental Justice, Water Rights

In partnership with our sister organization, the Indigenous Information Network (IIN), MADRE supported the installation of a community water collection point and a drinking trough for livestock for the Emayian Maasai community of Southwest Kenya. These innovations will protect a...

Kenya: Umoja Climate Change | Social Change, Water Project Update

Posted on: Sunday, October 12, 2008

Keywords: Economic Justice, Environmental Justice, Kenya, Africa, Indigenous Rights, Water Rights

MADRE has been working with Indigenous Samburu women in rural Kenya to make their communities self-sustaining. In collaboration with the Umoja Uaso Women's Group—an organization and community of Indigenous Samburu women formed in 1990 by 15 women who were rejected...

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