July 27, 2013 / Untold Stories by Ameto Akpe

In Nigeria’s conservative north, a woman working under a scheme that strives to facilitate sustainable water pumps proves that what a man can do she can do just as well.

March 25, 2013 / Front Page Africa by Tecee Boley

Student politics in Liberia usually focus on better tuition and lower fees but one student leader insists that lack of clean water and sanitation facilities is the biggest problem students face.

October 2, 2012 / Untold Stories by Ameto Akpe, Meghan Dhaliwal

"If we can’t get justice in the U.S. that claims to be champions of human rights and democracy, where would we get justice?" A landmark case tests the limits of corporate responsibility.

June 13, 2012 / Untold Stories by Ameto Akpe

Massive urban migration to Abuja, Nigeria, has overwhelmed the water infrastructure and made access scarce.

April 26, 2012 / PBS NewsHour by Tecee Boley

Water and sanitation are at the center of a heated political debate in Liberia. Why are so many still going without?

April 25, 2012 / PBS NewsHour by Tecee Boley, Steve Sapienza

Liberian journalist Tecee Boley and NewsHour special correspondent Steve Sapienza on why the after-effects of war and a lack of accountability mean poor access to clean water and sanitation.

April 12, 2012 / PBS NewsHour by Steve Sapienza, Selay Marius Kouassi

Access to water for the Ivory Coast's rural areas could be an important factor in bringing together a country in conflict.

March 31, 2012 / BusinessDay by Ameto Akpe

Nigeria's president claims that by 2015 three fourths of his people will have access to safe drinking water. New UN data suggest that he's 25 years off.

March 16, 2012 / PBS NewsHour by Steve Sapienza, Ameto Akpe

Every day, millions of people across West Africa struggle to get access to safe drinking water. In many cases, the greatest obstacle they face is lack of government accountability.

February 28, 2012 / Untold Stories by Peter Sawyer

After 15 years, a neighborhood in Accra gets access to safe running water.

February 17, 2012 / Untold Stories by Peter Sawyer

In Accra, Ghana's capital, the water infrastructure falls far short of the population's needs, forcing many residents to scramble for water from illegal taps and roadside puddles.

January 23, 2012 by Samuel Agyemang, Peter Sawyer

In Accra, capital of Ghana, residents cope with water scarcity while the state water company rakes in cash from abroad.

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