Catalyst Projects Call 1

Twelve projects are funded under our first call for Catalyst Grants and being implemented during 2016–2017.

Sensor technology for rapidly assessing water quality risks for vulnerable users (TRIGR)

Malawi

Co-occurrence of heavy metal and antibiotic resistance in microorganisms due to arsenic contamination in water insecure areas of Bangladesh

Bangladesh

Enhancing the Delta Dynamic Integrated Emulator Model

Bangladesh

Arsenic Precision Innovative Rapid Easy-to-use Test (AsPIRE Test)

Bangladesh

Livelihoods from Enhanced water Access for the Poor in Slums (LEAPS)

Uganda

Understanding women’s water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) vulnerability

Burkina Faso

Water security risk science: local monitoring for participatory resource management (AMGRAF-WSRS)

Ethiopia

Pastoralist women and water: understanding how women’s disempowerment contributes to water security risks

Kenya

Target Towns Research Action Programme (RAPTT)

Zambia

Expanding supply and local demand of safe water at water kiosks in Goma, DRC through improved monitoring of information (SHIELD)

Democratic Republic of Congo

Establishing a water quality monitoring network in mid-western Nepal

Nepal

Water law reform to improve water security for vulnerable people in Africa (SELARE)

Kenya, Malawi, Uganda, Zimbabwe, South Africa

Rosanna Bartlett, REACH Partnership Funding Manager

‘We’re excited about the potential of these Catalyst Projects to contribute to novel science and deliver significant water security improvements for poor people in Africa and South Asia.’

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