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17 November 2023

Fair Water? Exhibition at the Oxford Museum of Natural History

On 21 November, our Fair Water? exhibition at the Museum of Natural History will officially open! Earth is soaked in water from core to atmosphere. But just 3% of the planet’s water is fresh, and one in four of us don’t have access to clean drinking water. How do we protect people’s right to water […]

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9 November 2023

Policy-makers meet to advance the water security agenda in Kenya

On October 27th, REACH Kenya welcomed Cabinet Secretary of the Ministry of Water, Sanitation and Irrigation, Hon. Zachariah Njeru, as the opening speaker at the National Stakeholder Forum on Climate Resilience and Water Security. Governors from Kitui, Marsabit (Deputy) and Turkana joined the event which was organised by University of Nairobi with the Ministry of Water, […]

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11 October 2023

What can the rural water sector learn from francophone West Africa?

Meleesa Naughton Many countries are looking to expand rural water services and improve service levels for people living in small towns and rural areas by investing in small, decentralised piped water services. Francophone West Africa has a long history of delegating water services (usually piped) in small towns and rural areas to professional operators, both […]

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

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