In in the short-term. Water resources and its

In its march towards growth,
Africa is decelerated by the snags that many states face in finding the important
tools for positive significant and sustainable development. Growth of the
African continent must be safe. First, human security is needed, principally
translated to the capacity to feed and guarantee the health of its ever-growing
population. Then economic security is needed to surety industrial and
agricultural production and the enlargement of services within a financial and
customs context that is fair and creates encouragements. It is followed by true
water and energy security, which is a necessary to foster fair growth between regions
and groups of human beings.

There
is no growth without water but not all water should be devoted to development.
It is in these terms that the future of water in Africa, along with other regions,
should be understood. Because water, has become a rare resource in many places,
Africans can no longer think in the short-term. Water resources and its
security should be careful over time, besides geographically. Giving back to environment
the water needed for the wealth of future generations, both in terms of quality
and quantity, is a responsibility, one that corresponds to the communication of
the right to water and hygiene for each African human. Guarantying admission to
water depends on the existence of three corresponding pillars, which form the
basis for urgency to water: finance, governance and knowledge. There is no
national or local water policy without a tough and pure interaction between
these three fundamentals. All this must be located within the situation of
demographic development, urban concentration, civilizing living conditions, falling
pollution and climate evolution. In the face of these significant lasting fears,
the issue of financial means interpreted to the dimensions to devote and preserve
operating infrastructure is an essential one (Fauchon
L., 2011). 

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