The vulnerable nature of water security in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) - A Country by Country Analysis
Given the nature of water supply related difficulties that so many countries are now facing it is then important to consider the supply of water in most wanting countries such as in Sub-saharan Africa (SSA). The future of water security and related infrastructure, in addition to the possible effects that climate change may have on SSA are all fundamentally in doubt. There is a need to study why so many persons are moving from these countries (Myers, 2002). The paper shows that while there are many other reasons one of the fundamental is water and food security. The lack of infrastructure and inefficient flow networks of water in countries are also noted and these have to be much improved and moreover guarded against potential loss (Roca and Tularam, 2012). The information and critical analysis provided in this paper shows that there is a clear need for the investigation into water availability supply networks security. The fresh and clean drinking water is now to be accepted as on demand by modern consumers given progress of humans over time. This paper reports on the water related difficulties facing some the Sub-saharan African countries where many of dispossessed persons live and this has led to the great movement of people that has occurred in recent times. The unfavourable nature of the climate and agricultural land and the effect of climate change appears to have led to the rural migrating to urban areas (Tularam and Krishna, 2009); but the difficulty now is maintaining the security of the supply networks as well as for the infrastructure of water lowering risks by the development of appropriate management strategies (Tularam and Murali, 2015).
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