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What we do

Piloting of the Sanitation Mapper tool in Bangladesh

The SHARE Research Consortium generates new findings and synthesis of existing knowledge on sanitation and hygiene in order to improved policy and practice. Research is conducted across the four themes of equity, health, urban solutions, and sanitation markets. Search our resource library to find out more.

The SHARE Research Consortium actively engages practitioners, policy-makers, journalists and researchers at across regions and sectors to discuss evidence, policy and practice regarding sanitation and hygiene. We adopt a wide range of approaches including journal articles, research reports, briefing documents, events, social media, blogs and podcasts to reach a wide audience. Learn more about our research audiences.

SHARE works in two regions with historically low levels of sanitation access: sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia. SHARE works with partners in four focus countries: India, Bangladesh, Malawi and Tanzania. Learn more about our research locations

SHARE has already collaborated with many organisations in various capacities, including the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie), Overseas Development Institute, International Water Association's WaterWiki, Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council and UCL's Leonard Cheshire Disability and Inclusive Development Centre.