Woman carrying her child © UNICEF Ethiopia

13 November 2015

How to stop #hard2reach people dropping off the research agenda?

The ‘invisible poor’ are an under-researched group that are critical to understanding the linkages between poverty and water security.

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A farmer at work in Kenya's Mount Kenya region © CIAT / Neil Palmer

2 November 2015

Gender and water security: the rest of the puzzle

Ask most people what the link between gender, poverty and water is and they’ll refer to the role of women in collecting water. However, this is only one piece of a much bigger puzzle linking gender and water to natural disasters, food security and even child marriage.

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Dr. Md. Sirajul Islam (centre) shows his team how to test an algae sample for Cholera. © icddr,b

28 October 2015

icddr,b scientist receives gold medal from Bangladesh Academy of Sciences

After over three decades of work in cholera research, REACH researcher Dr. Md. SirajuI Islam has been recognised by the Bangladesh Academy of Sciences, the leading scientific organisation in Bangladesh.

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

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