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Written by William A.TwayigizeIt is a bit complex to know or understand those who are profiteering from African conflicts especially the war in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), the Somali conflict, and the Southern Sudanese conflict. This is because the beneficiaries of the ongoing conflicts might be what this paper calls the “primary beneficiaries.” These are the local people and local institutions that are directly involved in the day to day activities of war. They are the primary victims of the conflict. There is also another group I refer to as the “secondary beneficiaries.” These are the people and institutions from the region. They are classified by their proximity to the conflict. The last group of beneficiaries is the “tertiary beneficiaries.” These are people and whether through the regional proxies or other means. They have a direct interest in the ongoing conflicts. The examples below will help us…
Background Although there have been identified numerous ways that the earth loses its water in what is called water cycle, however, there is only one way that water comes back to earth through rainfall. East Africa is blessed to have plenty of the rainfall, especially in its highlands regions such as the Great Rift Valley highlands, Western Uganda, Eastern DRC, Rwanda, and Blue Nile highlands (Eklundh, L.1998; Ogallo, L. J. (1988). When the water comes back to the earth as rain it is relatively clean and can be harvested for domestic or general use without using advanced technology to clean it. It is good to argue that rainwater is cheap and clean and readily available in East Africa. If well harvested and managed, rainwater harvesting systems can assist different governments in East Africa supply enough water for domestic consumption, agricultural, and industrial uses. It does not a lot investment because…

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