The countries of Kenya and Namibia may not have to look far for plentiful water supplies
. In Turkana, northern Kenya, a large aquifer looks fit to potentially supply the whole country for decades. Another similar source was found in the country of Namibia, which has also been hit by drought.
From the article:
The discovery of two aquifers brings hope to the drought-hit region, tweeted Environment Minister Judi Wakhungu.
They were found in the Turkana Basin and Lotikipi Basin using satellites and radar.
Last year, scientists released a map detailing the vast reservoirs which lie under much of Africa.
Nice to have some positive news once in a while.