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Here you will find useful information about the capital city, population, major landforms, rivers in the country, water usage, climate statistics etc.
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By 2025, Egypt is projected to be a water-scarce nation as climate change and a major dam threaten its source of survival.
Egypt has been experiencing first-hand the effects of climate change, as a lack of water threatens agriculture. The waters of the Nile, a symbol of prosperity in Egypt since ancient times, are no longer enough to support the needs of a growing population.
Ethiopia's building of the Grand Renaissance Dam dam on the Nile river causes conflicts in East Africa. Disputes over the dam and the Nile river water supply lead to a feud that has been intensifying between Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan.
Steady escalation of the disagreement between Ethopia and Egypt over the Great Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD). Currently almost 70 percent complete, the giant upstream dam, which can hold the entire annual rainfall of the Nile, has the capacity to essentially turn the taps off on Egypt, depriving the country of the river water