As the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam nears completion, those in Ethiopia see it as a sign of future prosperity, powered by the massive amounts of hydroelectricity the project offers. However, downstream in the Nile delta, Egyptians fear that the project heralds a loss of control over the waters on which their country depends for food and life. This dichotomy serves as a stark reminder of the give and take of water injustice, and of the conflict it can ferment.

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