Woman walking to collect water in Haro Kersa, Ethiopia; Credit: Alice Chautard/REACH

28 August 2019

Ethiopia’s future is tied to water – a vital yet threatened resource in a changing climate

REACH researchers find that the future of Ethiopia’s Awash basin will be hotter, drier and more water scarce – which could have serious consequences for people and the economy. Developing climate-resilient policies will be critical to ensure a prosperous and sustainable future for all.

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Pastoralist women collecting water in Kenya; Credit: Nancy Balfour/CHC

21 August 2019

What we’ve learned from Kenya’s pastoralist women about the drivers and consequences of water insecurity

Nancy Balfour shares key findings from the research she has been leading over the past three years on the links between women empowerment and water insecurity for Kenyan pastoralist women.

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19 August 2019

REACH at the World Water Week (25-30 Aug) in Stockholm

REACH will be participating again in the annual World Water Week conference in Stockholm (25-30 August), themed around “Water for Society – Including all.” Here’s a summary of the sessions with a REACH presence, and our time slots in the exhibition area.

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Kelly Ann Naylor, Associate Director, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Section, Programme Division, UNICEF

'Our partnership with REACH recognises science has a critical role in designing and delivering effective policy and improving practice on the ground.'

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