SHARE contributes to achieving universal access to effective, sustainable and equitable sanitation and hygiene by generating evidence to improve policy and practice worldwide
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Malawi is one of the smaller countries in Sub-Saharan African and home to 16 million people. An estimated 35% of the Malawian population doesRead more
A middle-income country with a population of over 1 billion, poverty in India is a complex issue with just under a third of the populationRead more
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Kenya is among the top ten richest countries in Africa (IMF, 2015), but just under a third of its population has access to improved sanitationRead more
Zambia is situated in Southern Africa and has a population of over 14 million people. Although the country has made great strides in improvingRead more
This report synthesises the breadth of work undertaken by SHARE during its first phase of work that ran 2010 to 2015. It presents some of SHARE's key successes, particularly highlighting the impact its innovative research, capacity development activities and research into use efforts have had in...
This paper draws on SHARE PhD Student Prince Antwi-Agyei 's PhD study into wastewater use in urban agriculture. This study sought to assess the knowledge and awareness of wastewater use for crop production, its related health risks, and adoption of health protective measures by farmers, market...
SHARE is delighted to welcome, Emily Balls, as our new Monitoring & Evaluation Officer. We asked Emily to tell us a little more about herself and her hopes for the role. Tell us a little bit about yourself Most recently...
In the run up to International Women’s Day, SHARE set about reflecting on the far-reaching impact of several of its gender-related outputs. We were specifically interested in considering the contribution that the Menstrual Hygiene Matters resource (co-published by 18 organisations)...