Water

This lake in Africa is of vital importance for the whole of Africa

Billions of dollars and years of collaborative effort will be needed to protect Lake Victoria. Image: REUTERS/Euan Denholm

Mili Varughese

Senior Economist Consultant, World Bank Blogs

Shyam KC

Senior Water Resources Management Specialist, World Bank Global Practice

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Lake Victoria is shared by three riparian countries: Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda. Image: World Bank Geo Watershed Generator
Elephants walk into the Victoria Nile delta, Uganda. Image: Ondrej Prosicky
Dr. Callist Tindimugaya, Commissioner for Water Resources Planning and Regulation, Ministry of Water and Environment, Uganda
The World Bank is working with Lake Victoria Basin countries to improve sanitation. Image: Wikimedia Commons / Public Domain

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