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Investigating the potential of ceramic pot filters to treat stored rainwater

Investigating the potential of ceramic pot filters to treat stored rainwater

A lack of access to safe centralised water services in many parts of the world means that alternative water supplies, such as rainwater harvesting (RWH), are increasingly being explored and developed. However, some studies have shown that RWH may... Read more »

Categories: Africa Blog Uganda University of the West of England UWE Global Water Security Project

PhD success for IWSN-supported researcher investigating strengthening smallholder livestock production

PhD success for IWSN-supported researcher investigating strengthening smallholder livestock production

Brigid Letty, a scientist at the Institute of Natural Resources (INR) in the Agriculture and Rural Livelihoods Theme has just graduated with her PhD. She received bursary support from the International Water Security Network (IWSN), through the Advanced Professional... Read more »

Categories: Africa Agriculture Blog Climate change adaptation Drought Ecosystems Institute of Natural Resources PhD

Comparative catchment-scale water management approaches in global developing drylands zones

Comparative catchment-scale water management approaches in global developing drylands zones

The upland region of Ayacucho in Peru, the Central Plateau of Burkina Faso, and the state of Rajasthan in India have many differences. They span three continents, differ in altitude, and have different trajectories of development due variously to... Read more »

Categories: Africa Agriculture Asia Blog Climate change adaptation Ecosystems Green infrastructure India Peru University of the West of England