A two-storey building belonging to an indigene, who lives outside the country and a four-bedroom bungalow located at Amaewu Umueze Amamba Uzuakoli community in Bende Local Council of Abia State...
Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Project (CRS-NEWMAP) has cautioned CROSS River State communities, where erosion sites have been completed, to desist from illegal sand mining and dumpling of refuse in drains.
Stakeholders have intensified efforts at reclaiming the erosion site at Urunnebo, Enugwu-Ukwu Community in Njikoka council of Anambra state with planting of various trees.
Anambra state government has expressed concern that gully erosion has eaten up over 70 per cent of the landmass in the state, while also threatening the lives and property of people in the affected areas.
The Edo State Government has commenced the asphalting of about 5.7 kilometres of roads within the Benin metropolis.
The Federal Government has secured a $600 million credit facility from the World Bank’s International Development Association (IDA) to address challenges of land degradation in the 19 Northern states ...
19 Aug 2021
Edo State Governor, Godwin Obaseki, has assured that his government has no plans to increase taxes in the state, rather it seeks citizens’ inclusiveness and participation in revenue generation and administration.
16 Aug 2021
The Bight of Benin is metaphorical of the economic exploit of the ancient empire before the greed of Europe vanquished the empire.
22 Jun 2021
Participants at a forum organised by the Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project (NEWMAP) have lamented collapse of the nation’s ecosystem.
14 Jun 2021
We plan to engage state’s Department of Works, Physical Planning Board on planning our cities, because if we continue to build indiscriminately without respect for community development rules and regulations
7 Jun 2021
To mark this year’s World Environmental Day (WED) and in its determination to increase the earth’s greenery, the Cross River State Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project (CRS-NEWMAP) has planted 1,000 trees in Calabar, the state capital.
20 Apr 2021
Work on the multi-billion naira World Bank erosion projects in Calabar, Cross River State has been suspended following alleged interference from the state government and armed thugs.