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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Children drinking water from a tube well in Bangladesh; Photo Credit: Rob Hope/REACH

23 August 2017

Challenges and opportunities to achieve ‘safely managed’ drinking water in rural Bangladesh

A water audit was conducted in 2017 in Chandpur and Comilla Districts, Bangladesh, exploring issues relating to water access, affordability, reliability and safety, in support of national strategies to achieve safe water for all.

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A bean farmer in Kisolo, Uganda © Neil Palmer/CIAT

8 May 2017

Making water permits work for the poor in Africa

A comparative study across five African countries explores how to make water permit systems more effective and pro-poor.

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

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