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Nikoloz Datunashvili spends hours every day walking to collect water. (Photo: IWPR)
20 Aug 19
Despite millions spent by the state and international donors, there is still poor access to proper sanitation.
16 Mar 18
Much-anticipated development will irrigate farmland and boost power supplies.
Amu Darya river. (Photo: Staff Sgt. Bradley Lail/Air Force Photo)
23 Jan 18
Poor infrastructure means that more and more territory is being swallowed up.
View of Mount Ararat from one of the valley's fish farms. (Photo: Photolure)
5 Oct 16
The short sighted use of resources has caused a widespread drop in strategic freshwater reserves.
Kyrgyz president Almazbek Atambaev (r) and Evgeny Dod (l), former head of RusGidro, at the launch of the Higher Naryn project in 2013. (Photo: Press service of the President of Kyrgyz Republic)
25 Aug 16
The planned cascade of plants seems doomed as investment collapses.
On the road located at the disputable border section at Chalasart in Ferghana valley. (Photo: Hulkar Isamova)
24 Mar 16
Analysts say that power play is motivated by competition over energy resources.
Solar panels have become a common feature on Idlib’s rooftops. (Photo: Sonia al-Ali)
18 Mar 16
Solar energy is proving to be a blessing in Idlib’s western countryside.
The Sarsang reservoir lies inside Nagorny Karabakh and is controlled by Armenia. (Photo: Norayr Chilingarian/Flickr)
22 Feb 16
Yerevan accuses the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe of taking a pro-Baku stance.
12 Jan 16
Experts argue that vital resource could be worth of billions of US dollars to the country.
Poti’s water distribution network is falling apart at the seams. (Photo: Lasha Zarginava)
3 Sep 10
Major repair scheme fails to deliver basic water service to residents of Black Sea town of Poti.

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