Annual Report 2015-2016

This report provides a comprehensive overview of SHARE's work from August 2015 to June 2016.

The past year has seen continued progress in developing the quality of SHARE’s research across the thematic areas of WASH and undernutrition; WASH and routine immunisation; WASH and pro-poor urban sanitation, and WASH and complementary food hygiene. Five nationally focussed research projects were contracted and co-funding is being sought for a sixth. All projects are collaborative from across and outside of SHARE, and the first stakeholder consultations have taken place.

The report was submitted to DFID in July 2016.

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