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The Nile is the second longest river in the world measuring an
approximate of 6,650 km. The average discharge of the river is 3.1
million litres second. It has two major tributaries ­ White Nile and
Blue Nile. Roughly 50 million people live within a few miles of the river…

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Demand for water is increasing worldwide but it is especially crucial for countries around the Nile
as it is the main source of water. Some factors for why demand is increasing are:

Population Growth ­ In every country the Nile runs through, population is increasing.
More people means more water…

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The Nile Water agreement in 1929 was signed by the UK, Egypt and Sudan. It gave Egypt the
ownerships of the Nile's Waters (48 billion m3 a year), Sudan got 4 billion m3. The rest of the
countries ­ Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and other East African countries were not…

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have to use other methods such as nuclear or import fossil fuels which will be expensive for them
and increase the price of electricity.

Water from the Nile is used to irrigate crops and provide food for millions of people as well having
enough to export to other countries for…

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environmental impacts as habitats will be destroyed and the building for the
Dams/Reservoirs will omit CO2.
Rain Water Harvesting ­ This is capturing rain when t falls or capturing the run off and
taking measures to keep that water clean by not allowing polluting activities to take place
in the…

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lauradaura3578

thank you- our teacher set us a hw like this

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