Coffee shop owner making coffee in Wukro, Ethiopia; Credit: Zoë Johnson/REACH

27 January 2020

ECR Feature | Does entrepreneurship mean empowerment for young women bunabéts (coffee house) owners in Wukro, Ethiopia?

As part of this Early Career Feature, Zoë Johnson discusses insights from her research exploring how processes of social, economic, and political change in Ethiopia shape young women’s perceptions of their own opportunities.

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Woman collecting water from a tube well in Polder 29, Khulna district. Credit: Sonia Hoque

6 January 2020

ECR Feature | Towards achieving SDG 6.1 in coastal Bangladesh: the key role of groundwater and water quality

Tanjila Akhter, Lecturer at the Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, discusses some of the key drinking water challenges coastal Bangladesh faces in light of SDG6.1 target.

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African Climate Risks Conferences in Ethiopia, October 2019. Photo by IISD/ENB | Kiara Worth

18 October 2019

How can we increase capacity for water-related climate adaptation? Lessons and opportunities from Ethiopian river basins

Capacity building within and across institutions is a critical step to accelerating water-related climate adaptation. Dr Ellen Dyer shares insights from a session themed around this topic, hosted by REACH at the African Climate Risk Conference on 7 October.

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

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