Centre for Humanitarian Change (CHC) conducted the ‘Pastoralist Women and Water’ study to improve water security for the world’s poor and understand the ways in which women’s disempowerment contributes to water security risks.
The Centre for Humanitarian Change (CHC) has embarked on a four-year project with NRT with the aim of improving the water resource management capabilities of these conservancies
This study considers the constraints on data collection and analysis in humanitarian emergencies and the effects this has on outcome recommendations..
CHC is currently contracted by the System Enhancement for Transformative Health (SETH) project to support operational research in Western Kenya.
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