Women scooping water from a river bed in Kenya; Credit: Rob Hope/REACH

5 June 2018

Why getting ‘water affordability’ right matters – and how water diaries can be of help

Measuring the “affordability” of water presents a veritable methodological challenge especially in areas where households have complex water use behaviours. Dr Sonia Hoque presents the water diary method successfully piloted in Kitui in 2017, and now expanding to Bangladesh and Ethiopia.

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Water Collection Wukro Ethiopia; Credit: Katrina Charles/REACH

29 May 2018

Three grants awarded to explore inequalities, gender and marginalisation issues in Bangladesh, Ethiopia and Kenya

A total of £150,000 in REACH funding was awarded to teams in each county to co-build knowledge on socio-economic inequalities and marginalisation issues, with a focus on gender and disability.

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Pollution along the Turag river, Dhaka; Credit: Alice Chautard/REACH

19 April 2018

Safe Water for All

Following a REACH High-Level Symposium in Dhaka on 12 April, Dr Rob Hope, Prof Mashfiqus Salehin and Dara Johnston reflect on how the REACH programme is advancing work in collaboration with government, practice and private sector stakeholders to deliver water security for the poor.

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

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