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News Mauritania » Trarza: Mauritania: Desert Capital Struggles With Water Crisis

News channel or source: http://allafrica.com/stories/200404150674.html
Publication date: Wednesday 14 April 2004

But it is not only Nouakchott that faces water shortages. The Trarza underground lake provides water for a string of towns in southwestern Mauritania which are now feeling the pinch. The water from many boreholes has already turning brackish. In some cases ...

News Mauritania » Trarza: Mauritania: An Oasis in the Sahara

News channel or source: http://www.nytimes.com/1971/02/07/archives/mauritania-an-oasis-in-the-sahara.html
Publication date: Saturday 06 February 1971

NOUAKCHOTT, Mauritania—This republic on the west coast of Africa ... the capital ‐and two widely separated sections— the little town of Boutilimit in the Trarza area south of Nouakchott and the Adrar region far to the north. Mauritania can be reached ...

News Mauritania » Trarza: Mauritania: Famine Fears On Rise Over Drought

News channel or source: http://www.eurasiareview.com/19102011-mauritania-famine-fears-on-rise-over-drought/
Publication date: uesday 18 October 2011

The Mauritanian Consumer Protection Association raised alarm bells earlier this month when it warned that Mauritania was at risk for famine ... Hodh El Gharbi, Assaba, Trarza, Brakna, and Guidimaka,” Ould Ammar said. “In addition, poor rainfall didn ...

News Mauritania » Trarza: Rift Valley fever in Mauritania

News channel or source: http://www.who.int/csr/don/2012_11_01/en/
Publication date: Wednesday 31 October 2012

1 November 2012 - The Ministry of Health (MoH) in Mauritania declared an outbreak of Rift Valley ... The 6 regions include Assaba, Brakna, Hodh Chargui, Hodh Gharbi, Tagant and Trarza. All the cases had history of contact with animals.

News Mauritania » Trarza: Locusts threaten food supplies in North West Africa

News channel or source: http://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2004/10/locu-o07.html
Publication date: Wednesday 06 October 2004

A mayor in the Trarza area of Mauritania told a visiting Oxfam official, “This year we believed our people would be pulled out of the vicious circle of poverty. But then, here we are invaded by uninvited destructive visitors likely to shatter our hopes.”

News Mauritania » Trarza: Abdallahi wins Mauritania's presidential vote

News channel or source: https://mg.co.za/article/2007-03-26-abdallahi-wins-mauritanias-presidential-vote/
Publication date: onday 26 March 2007

Ould Abdallahi carried 11 of Mauritania’s 13 regions in the second round. His opponent, longtime opposition politician Ould Daddah (65), meanwhile, triumphed in the capital Nouakchott and in his native Trarza region in the south-east, an Interior ...

News Mauritania » Trarza: Mauritania replaces oil and foreign ministers in reshuffle

News channel or source: https://ca.news.yahoo.com/mauritania-replaces-oil-foreign-ministers-reshuffle-141841186.html
Publication date: onday 19 November 2012

Mohamed Ould Ahmed Salem Ould Mohamed Rare, former governor of Trarza province was named interior minister ... Straddling black and Arab Africa on the continent's west coast, Mauritania, a country of 3.2 million people, is an iron ore, copper and gold ...

News Mauritania » Trarza: HBKH serves 79,000 in Mauritania

News channel or source: http://www.thepeninsulaqatar.com/article/13/03/2016/HBKH-serves-79,000-in-Mauritania
Publication date: Saturday 12 March 2016

Doha: Hamad Bin Khalifa Hospital in Boutilimit, Mauritania, has issued its annual report on medical ... Three multi-speciality medical missions were sent to three districts of Trarza Region, with doctors, medications, and medical supplies.

News Mauritania » Trarza: Desert capital struggles with water crisis

News channel or source: http://www.irinnews.org/news/2004/04/15/desert-capital-struggles-water-crisis
Publication date: Wednesday 14 April 2004

But it is not only Nouakchott that faces water shortages. The Trarza underground lake provides water for a string of towns in southwestern Mauritania which are now feeling the pinch. The water from many boreholes has already turning brackish. In some cases ...