The human body is made up of approximately 60% water. People have to drink enough water for their body systems to function properly.
Surface waters in the Republic of Moldova are monitored permanently. This is done to understand its condition and to ensure a quick response if needed.
Every day, we drink, use and bathe in water. Yet water contamination is on the rise, another example of our vulnerability to environmental degradation, so dramatically highlighted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The good news is that it’s easy to check water quality, and so avert the danger by ourselves.
Naviny.by looked at how experts check water from surface and underground sources, and also tested for nitrates. Read and watch the outcomes.
As we move into summer, the best spots to rest are by the lake or on the banks of rivers. However, the water that we crave is not always safe for our health.
Climate change and global warming are immediate challenges that everyone must recognise and adapt to in their lives. Do you want to make a difference and mitigate the negative effects?
‘Do not despair, fight till the end, believe in yourself’: Ani Armenakyan combines work with caring for her child with special needs
Ani lives in the city of Vanadzor in the Lori region (marz) of Armenia with her family. She has two small children; the youngest daughter has a disability.
Georgia has a centuries-long tradition of growing herbal tea. Shota Kopaliani lives in the village of Chalistavi, in the Tsageri region. He inherited the culture of tea-making from his ancestors, and to this day he takes care to preserve and develop it.
Youth initiatives, sports events, environmental actions – a number of activities have come together to bring a second life to a northern district of Belarus.
Disinformation is when a deadly disease is treated with vodka and a tractor: Belarusian journalists talk about disinformation
Credible journalism is at the core of democratic society. On World Press Freedom Day, the EUvsDisinfo initiative published a series of articles, giving voice to independent journalism in the Eastern Partnership countries.