Florence at Kakemera Community handpump (May 2018) | Documentation of groundwater sources and their hydrogeological setting in the Lodwar area allows for a detailed understanding of their operational, water quality and pollution status, and the potential for resource development

9 December 2019

ECR Feature: Groundwater is a vital invisible resource – to use it, we need to better understand it and make it visible

Early Career Researcher Florence Tanui, Ph.D. Fellow in Geology at the University of Nairobi, shares key insights from the groundwater research she has been leading in Lodwar, Kenya, as part of REACH.

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5 September 2019

How finance and institutions are shaping global water thinking

This year’s World Water Week in Stockholm recognised the importance of finance and institutions in shaping global priorities for water policy and practice. Early Career Researchers Dr Sonia Hoque, Dr Johanna Koehler and Cliff Nyaga share their insights on these themes.

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Local observers monitoring shallow groundwater in Ethiopia (credit: David Walker)

10 July 2019

Citizen science contributes to environmental management and water security in Ethiopia

Teams at Newcastle University and IWMI share key insight from a REACH funded accelerated project they’ve led since 2017, using citizen science to improve water security through enhanced climate and hydrological monitoring.

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UK Department for International Development Parliamentary Under Secretary of State

'Access to water is a defining challenge for the 21st century. The UK has already helped 43 million people to access clean water, but there is far more to be done.'

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