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Research into Action: Improving Water Security in Developing Countries

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Duration: 0:37:28 | Added: 11 Jun 2018
Dr Catherine Fallon Grasham and Dr Sara de Wit give talks for the session on research impact.

This session explores two projects responding to water provision challenges in two African nations. The cultural and socio-political sensitivities of water security in a development setting, combined with an increasing pressure from funders to measure impact and demonstrate translation of ‘research into action’ create unique challenges and opportunities for interdisciplinary research.

Research into action: working with local stakeholders in interdisciplinary water research in Ethiopia
Dr Catherine Fallon Grasham, Oxford University Centre for the Environment, University of Oxford
Water pumps and solidarity in rural Madagascar
Dr Sara de Wit, Institute for Science, Innovation and Society, University of Oxford

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