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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Public Engagement event about Climate Change and Water Security based on REACH research in Ethiopia. November 2019; Credit: Alice Chautard

29 November 2019

Engaging the public around our research: realities, rewards and reflections

Following an ESRC-funded public engagement event, Dr Catherine Grasham and Alice Chautard reflect on the importance of public engagement with research alongside the challenging and rewarding realities of doing it.

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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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