Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD)

The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) is a large dam being built near the border of Ethiopia that creates a lake on the Blue Nile river. Egypt is worried that Ethiopia will horde water, especially in a drought.

Explainer: Egypt fears losing water supply to Ethiopia mega-dam | Al Jazeera English
Ethiopia starts filling disputed River Nile dam | DW News
The politics behind the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam
Ethiopia’s big Nile dam battle | FT World Notebook
Ethiopia’s Grand Renaissance Dam takes shape
Ethiopia is a powerhouse in the making
Why Egypt’s lifeline is drying up | Nile Conflict
How the Nile Can Provide Life and Divide Nations | Part I
(Part 2)

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