Children collecting water in Ethiopia; Credit: UNICEF Ethiopia/Getachew Asmare

26 April 2018

How the REACH programme is working to achieve impact

On 19 April 2018, Dr Catherine Grasham presented at the Social Sciences and Impact Conference in the University of Oxford. She shares insights on what impact and research uptake mean for the REACH programme, in particular in her work in Ethiopia.

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Farmer facing drought in Ethiopia; Credit: UNICEF Ethiopia/Lemma

9 January 2018

Too much, too little: the economic impacts of rainfall availability and variability on the Awash basin

A new study published in Ecological Economics, assesses the economic impacts of rainfall shocks on agriculture, industrial and services sectors and on households in Ethiopia’s Awash basin.

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Credit: Tobin Jones

26 December 2017

Call for applications: £150,000 available for researchers to Explore Inequalities in Bangladesh, Ethiopia and Kenya

We are launching a call for applications for studies ‘Exploring Inequalities’ in three of our eight REACH Observatories: Dhaka (Bangladesh), Wukro (Ethiopia), and Kitui (Kenya).

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

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