Water Resource Management, Quality and Climate Change in Nigeria


Authors : Fatemeh Nouban, Serah Onuh John; Nura Yunusa; Alkasim Aminu; Zachariah Madaki

Volume/Issue : Volume 5 - 2020, Issue 6 - June

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DOI : 10.38124/IJISRT20JUN616

Nigeria is endowed with natural water resources abundantly, the country has substantial annual rainfall, large water bodies such as rivers, streams, lakes etc. and abundant groundwater reservoirs which are least developed and utilized which resulted in economic, social, environmental and health costs, such as a high rate of premature mortality and morbidity resulting from contamination of consumption, pollution of environmental and environmental resources, pollution and overexploitation of ground and surface water resources and low income and productivity. Therefore, enabling citizens with access to potable water is paramount. Although conjugate or integral water management or monitoring inhabited with limited studies even in Nigeria where over 57% of the population rely on groundwater source the management approaches is practically scanty while integral water use studied extensively, the study recognized the integrated water resources managements (IWRM), internationally recognized principles to support the effort of ensuring robust policy framework and appropriate investments in Nigeria’s fresh water resources to enable the citizens with unlimited access to portable water.

Keywords : Water Resources, Water Contamination, Water Shortage, Environmental Sustainability, Nigeria.

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