A look at different perspectives on the River Nile.
The British saw themselves as guardians of the Nile and the results of their ambitious plans can still be seen today.
Key dates in the history of a river that has been the subject of political control and adoration for centuries.
Main documents behind the struggle over the Nile.
The British historian talks about the legends and speculations that have arisen around the River Nile.
The Sudanese farmer cannot imagine life without the Nile.
The Ethiopian water minister explains why his country is pushing for a greater share of the Nile.
‘Africa’s large dams have not reversed poverty’.
The New Zealand adventurer led the first expedition to travel up the Nile to its source.
Despite the trauma of displacement, Nubians have done their best to keep alive their traditions and language.
The Kenyan director of water resources talks about sustainable and peaceful management of the Nile River Basin.