27.01.20

Sanitation worker health, safety and wellbeing: Reflections from the UK and India

By Sally Cawood and CS Sharada Prasad  “Just because something is visible doesn’t mean it is seen” (CS Sharada Prasad, December 2019) Hazardous and degrading forms of sanitation work, such as manual scavenging, persist in many countries around the world. Within India, Bangladesh and across South Asia, the cleaning, emptying and management of human waste […]

26.04.18

Why lower-income countries shouldn’t follow the example of rich countries for their water management

Potential problems associated with developing countries modelling their water management on a ‘western ideal’

22.03.17

Why we need to hug our pipes on World Water Day

Have you hugged your pipes today?

27.01.17

Invisible irrigators: how small-scale Tanzanian farmers are making a difference

New research reveals that official statistics often don’t include irrigation set up and run by individual farmers.

23.08.16

“Hidden Crisis”: Fieldwork training in Uganda

Dr. Luke Whaley and Prof. Frances Cleaver are part of a large consortium project researching non-functional water points in sub-Saharan Africa.

19.07.16

A “Hidden Crisis”: Rural groundwater supply in sub-Saharan Africa

Dr. Luke Whaley and Prof. Frances Cleaver are part of a large consortium project researching non-functional water points in sub-Saharan Africa.