Africa Water Justice Network campaigns against water privatisation threats in Nigerian, Kenya and South Africa

The Africa Water Justice Network(AWJN) has backed Civil Society Organisations and rights activists in Nigeria, Kenya and South Africa and others resisting the continuous dispossession of people of their rights.

The AWJN also supports the activists’ insistence on increased state-led tax-financing of basic social services nd calls on the African public,workers, media, lawmakers and students to support efforts by civil society and communities to ensure respect of people’s human rights and the democratic control of basic social services.

The Network argues that the social sector in Africa has been a key target for de-investment, a situation which rather increases in times of economic crisis.

Read the full article in Public Agenda Ghana here.

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