Could Cooperation On Shared Water Resources Avert Conflict (Audio-English 6mins)

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Some have said the sharing of these resources could lead to conflicts across the boarders but international water law experts have suggested that cooperation a long those resources could instead avert conflicts. So how does it work? Wambi Michael explores the issue with an example of Lake Cyohoha located on Rwanda Burundi. He finds out how countries like Uganda could benefit from such initiatives.

 

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