At Nile Swimmers, we know that access to water is a key issue in drowning risk, as is living in a flood-prone area. In late 2017, we worked with UNICEF to carry out community risk mapping in flood-prone communities in White Nile State and West Kordofan.
Shortly after the World Drowning Prevention Conference 2017 in Vancouver, we contributed to the drafting of a Conference Declaration on Drowning Risk Reduction of Migrants and Refugees. This Declaration contained seven statements, each supported by several actions. In this post, we will highlight the actions that Nile Swimmers are currently taking, and the actions we Read More
I’ve been in Sudan for about a week now, having meeting after meeting with various organisations that we are developing relationships with. This is the first time, that I’ve landed in Sudan with time scheduled for meetings before the training starts, and indeed after the training finishes. We made a decision that as the costs Read More