Water scarcity as a source of environmental conflict in Trans-boundary river basins: a case study of the Nile River Basin in the post cold war era

This study examines the connection between natural resource scarcity and conflict. Specifically it focuses on the conflict potential in the Nile River Basin generated by water scarcity. The focus on Nile River Basin is because it represents one of the most complex basin in the world in terms of the number of riparian states, the distance covered, the legal arrangements governing its use and different climatic condition along its course. The climate conditions have left some states such as Egypt and Sudan almost entirely dependent on Nile waters.

The impact of the nile treaties on the nile communities: a case study of east africa

This research is about the impact of the Nile treaties to the Nile communities where by
the introduction begins with a general overview of water issues in the world. It also
shares experiences of some of the major trans boundary rivers and lakes. There is the
general knowledge of the Nile and a mention of the colonial agreements. The problem
statement based on the fact that despite the availability of a big water resource the
communities living along the Nile including one of its sources, L. Victoria are still very

Establishment and comparative analyses of different culture conditions of primary hepatocytes from Nile Tilapia ( Oreochromis Niloticus) as a model to study stress induction in Vitro.

We established an in vitro hepatocyte primary culture system from Oreochromis niloticus, a tropical fish species of
great economical importance, and evaluated its ability to express albumin, a liver-specific protein, consistently for a

Nile perch market liberalization and chronic poverty: drivers and maintainers of chronic poverty among fishing community in Suba district

This study is about Nile perch market liberalization and chronic poverty among fishing
community in Suba District. It identifies the socio economic characteristic of chronically
poor households among Nile perch fisher folks. It also investigates how Nile perch
markets liberalization have caused and sustained chronic poverty among Nile perch fisher
folks' households. The study has made use of the adverse incorporation and social
exclusion, institutional framework and structures of competition as conceptual

Resolving water use conflicts to enhance better regional integration: A case study of the Nile River Basin Management

This study identifies the historical and present issues revolving around the sharing of the
Nile Basin resources amongst the Nile riparian countries (namely; Egypt, Sudan,
Ethiopia, Eritrea, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, DRC, Rwanda and Burundi). In their search
for both a consensus vision and equitable utilisation of the Nile Basin water resources
certain disputes and area of potential conflict have emerged.
In the study the disagreements and disputes in the sharing of the Nile basin water

Resolving water use conflicts to enhance better regional integration: A case study of the Nile River Basin Management

This study identifies the historical and present issues revolving around the sharing of the
Nile Basin resources amongst the Nile riparian countries (namely; Egypt, Sudan,
Ethiopia, Eritrea, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, DRC, Rwanda and Burundi). In their search
for both a consensus vision and equitable utilisation of the Nile Basin water resources
certain disputes and area of potential conflict have emerged.
In the study the disagreements and disputes in the sharing of the Nile basin water

Diplomacy of water sharing: a case of Egypt and its Nile basin counterparts

This study examines the diplomatic exchanges between Egypt and Sudan
on one hand and the other members of the Nile basin in as far as their
relationships are concerned. It looks at Egypt and Sudan‘s position as desert
countries that almost entirely depend on the Nile River for their water needs as
opposed to their upper riparian neighbours which have the advantage of
numerous sources of water including more than sufficient rainfall. The fact that
Egypt has clung on to the pre-colonial water treaties and considers any possible

Employee perceptions of leadership and management styles:A case study of Nile Breweries Limited

Management practices have attracted much attention over the years. Organizations require
many things in order to be effective: a method for producing a product or service (i.e. plant
and equipment), financial resources, a way of marketing whatever product or service is
created, and human resources (read employees). While all of these things are important to
organizational effectiveness, the only factor that represents a potential competitive advantage
ishuman resources and how these resources are managed. William Hanley, CEO of Galileo

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