Focus group discussions with Pastoralist women in Kenya; Credit: Nancy Balfour

28 November 2017

The unbearable burden of water insecurity for pastoralist women in Northern Kenya

Research on pastoralist women in Samburu and Laikipia counties, Kenya, as part of a REACH catalyst grant, reflects on the links between water security and women empowerment.

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2 November 2017

Five grants awarded to REACH Catalyst projects to expand their work in Africa and Asia

Over £796,000 in REACH funding has been awarded to five Catalyst projects to expand their work and continue to contribute to the REACH programme’s aim to improve water security for five million poor people.

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A clean water tank in Lodwar, Kenya; Credit: Dr Sophie Haines/REACH

27 October 2017

Governing water and knowledge in Turkana, Kenya

A new REACH study assesses the institutions involved in water decision-making in Lodwar, Turkana, Kenya, focusing on their access to and use (or non-use) of weather and climate information. 

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