A new article published in Annals of the American Association of Geographers explores how drinking water risks have been constructed and have evolved in the Bangladeshi media since the 1980s.
Dr Katrina Charles discusses the importance of integrating climate change within any decisions around water and sanitation for building resilience in the context of worsening climate change.
After organising its own inclusive conference in March 2019, REACH is releasing a practical 'how-to' guide to help conference organisers promote diversity of attendance and inclusivity of participation at events.
Our research is focused on fragile states in Africa and South Asia, regions where water security challenges are greatest and poverty most acute. We are setting up ‘Water Security Observatories’ in Bangladesh, Ethiopia and Kenya to implement in-depth interdisciplinary research on water security and poverty. Findings will be relevant for scaling up and adapting to other countries and contexts.Learn more
Our research takes an innovative, interdisciplinary, risk-based approach, looking at water security risks and poverty reduction across three themes: resource sustainability, inclusive services and sustainable growth. The evidence we produce will help guide investment and design policies and practices that benefit the poor.Learn more
We are partnering with UNICEF global, regional and country offices to make sure that our science informs their programmes of work and changes lives. UNICEF has over 100 offices worldwide and a global mandate to improve water supply, sanitation and hygiene for the poor.Learn more
REACH is funding additional research and building partnerships with other practitioners, enterprises and researchers passionate about water security and poverty reduction in Africa and South Asia. During the course of the programme we will be making calls for research to support our core programme.Learn more
Our latest conference was held in Oxford in March 2019.
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