Community river monitoring in Dangila woreda, Ethopia © D. Walker, Newcastle University

5 September 2016

Data farming – how Ethiopian farmers harvest data to help their crops

Citizen science empowers local communities to better understand and manage their water resources.

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Satellite view of Ethiopia

24 August 2016

Water-related extremes and economic shocks in Ethiopia

A new study explores the influence of water-related extreme events on the economy in the Awash basin.

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Meru town welcomes the Devolution Conference delegates

18 May 2016

How far has devolution come in Kenya?

Kenya’s political system is transforming under devolution. But what does this mean for drinking water security and will the poor be better or worse off? Johanna Koehler reports back from the Third Annual Devolution Conference.

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

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