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equatorial Nile project and its effects in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan

Sudan. Jonglei Investigation Team

equatorial Nile project and its effects in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan

being the report of the Jonglei Investigation Team.

by Sudan. Jonglei Investigation Team

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Published by s.n. in [Khartoum .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Agriculture -- Sudan,
  • Irrigation -- Nile Valley,
  • Nile River

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTC518N6 S8, TC518N5 S8
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18942393M

      Ismail Pasha, Khedive of Egypt and the Sudan, formally opened the Suez Canal on Novem Officially, the first ship to navigate through the canal was the imperial yacht of French Empress. Took over central Africa and created race fir African Colonies - "Scramble for Africa" seeking diamonds, food gold, ivory, and rubber.-Very rich: through diamonds-At Berlin conference (), Leopold took control of Congo Free State, which was recognized by major powers. Criticized for cruel rule of Congo, so Leopold forced to sell it to Belgium.

    The book by Mukkawi Mustafa on the "Modern Establishment of the Sudanese Economy-The Establishment phase and the Role of Egyptian loans and Grants," is an extremely valuable book published in American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Open Library. Books by Language Additional Collections. Featured Full text of "The Anglo Egyptian Sudan From Within" See other formats.

    Oct 27 - Nov 1 Letters from H.G. Wedderburn-Maxwell, A.D.C. Fangak and J.W.G. Wyld, A.D.C. Bor and Duk, to the Governor U.N.P. [C.A. Willis] concerning an information gathering tour after the attack on Duk Faiwil, travelling as far as Tithbel on the Zeraf river (SAD/11/), the consequences for the Dinka of the Nuer raids (SAD/11/), steps to be taken by the government to. American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Open Library. Featured Full text of "Mahdiism and the Egyptian Sudan: Being an Account of the Rise and Progress.


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Equatorial Nile project and its effects in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan by Sudan. Jonglei Investigation Team Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Author: Jonglei Investigation Team. The Equatorial Nile Project forms one part of a most comprehensive hydrological plan, put forward by Egypt, for controlling the Nile and, if implemented, will alter radically the existing régime of the White Nile in the Sudan between the Sudan-Uganda frontier and Kosti approx.

miles North. The effects on the inhabitants of the riverain belt along this reach of the Nile will be drastic and. THE EQUATORIAL NILE PROJECT AND ITS EFFECTS ON THE ANGLO-EGYPTIAN SUDAN. Report of the Jonglei Investigation Team.

4 volumes and introductory volume. 13x8 inches; pages; plates and maps and diagrams. Issued in the summer 0/ J The Team consisted of officials of the Sudan Government and the Report is produced by the Government.

In the then Sudan Government set up the Jonglei Investigation Team to study the Equatorial Nile Project in detail and its effects on the interests of the Sudan in the Sudd region and to recommend remedies where necessary.

The Team adopted two approaches to mitigate the effects. In the first place they recommended a set of direct. The Machar marshes are the major wetland in the Sobat basin, in South Sudan.

The Sobat is a tributary of the White Nile originates from the Ethiopian highlands. Equatorial Nile Project, Its effects in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan. Rep. Jonglei Invest. Team. Vol. 1–4. Google ScholarCited by: Equatorial Nile Project.

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a despatch by Lord Cromer. Part II contains a section: The Sudd. Publ. as ‘Blue Book’. Google Scholar. Girgis, S.

A list of common fish from the Upper White Nile with their Shilluk, Dinka Cited by: 2. The Equatorial Nile Project and its effects on the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, – A Guide to the Environmental Imact Assessment Process in Uganda Sustainable Development Series No May Author: Osman Ali.

Government report on the Equatorial Nile project and its effects on the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan (g) Post Independence to J.L. re the work of the Sudan Interior Mission in Upper Nile Province 3. Articles, speeches (drafts and copies) Draft chapters from a projected book by S.

McCall on “From the Juba Conference to the mutiny” and. Mongalla or Mangalla is a community in Jubek State in South Sudan, on the east side of the Bahr al Jebel or White Nile river. It lies about 75 km by road northeast of towns of Terekeka and Bor lie downstream, north of Mongalla.

During the colonial era, Mongalla was capital of Mongalla Province, which reached south to Uganda and east towards y: South Sudan. Political ecology in the Upper Nile: The twentieth- century expansion of the pastoral "common economy." Journal of African History JONGLEI INVESTIGATION TEAM.

The Equatorial Nile Project and its effects in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan. 4 vols. London: Sudan Government Printer. KELLY,RAYMOND. South Sudan (/ s uː ˈ d ɑː n, -ˈ d æ n / ()), officially known as the Republic of South Sudan, is a landlocked country in East-Central Africa. It gained independence from the Republic of the Sudan inmaking it the most recent sovereign state with widespread recognition.

Its capital and largest city is Juba. South Sudan is bordered by Sudan to the north, Ethiopia to the east, Kenya Capital and largest city: Juba, 04°51′N 31°36′E.

In the early s work began on the ambitious, Equatorial Nile Project and its Effects in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan. There is a six-volume set of documents held in the archive, which includes a summary volume and material which provides a more detailed study of the effects of the project on local hydrology, soils, agriculture and people of the.

The Equatorial Nile project and its effects in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, being the report of the longlei in- vestigation team. Vol. A survey of the area affected. Lon- don: Sudan Government Printer. The Equatorial Nile Project and its effects in the particularly in the south, difficult except during Anglo-Egyptian Sudan.

Being the report of the Jonglei short windows of opportunity. There is also a list, Investigation 1 – 4. Waterlow & Sons, London. with brief biographies, of the most prolificplant Mefit-Babtie (a). In short, the Government of Sudan and its partners in the SPLM shirked the hard question of the apportionment and use of the Nile River.

South Sudan will not, however, be able to avoid this matter for long. 27 A former U.S. envoy to the Sudan identified the use of the Nile waters as a potential cause for conflict between the Sudan and South Sudan. * The agreement between Egypt and Anglo Egyptian Sudan dated 7th May * The Nile Waters Agreement (between Egypt and Sudan) The Anglo-Italian Protocol of Ap Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.

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The Anglo - Egyptian Sudan, the region which before the revolt of the Arabized black tribes under Mahommed Ahmed in was known as the Egyptian Sudan has, since its. The Second Sudanese Civil War was a conflict from to between the central Sudanese government and the Sudan People's Liberation was largely a continuation of the First Sudanese Civil War of to Although it originated in southern Sudan, the civil war spread to the Nuba mountains and Blue lasted for 22 years and is one of the longest civil wars on record.This book is about the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam newly being built on the Blue Nile, a transboundary river.

Due to rising population and increasing water demand in the Nile basin, major projects raise interest and concern by millions with potential for water conflict.Sudan (or The Sudan, Arabic السودان), officially the Republic of the Sudan, is an East African country, notable for being one of the last remaining countries in the world where slavery still exists.

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