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  1. Researcher of the Month: Christabel Kambala

    Our Researcher of the Month for November is Dr Christabel Kambala from the...

  2. MHM Absorbents in Malawi- Infographic

    This infographic provides a visual overview of the MHM absorbents in Malawi project, started in 2017. It highlights the scale of the problem of MHM absorbents in Malawi, what the research will address and measure, what the outputs will be, and...

  3. MHM Absorbents in Malawi

    In Malawi, women and girls have limited access to safe, convenient and affordable MHM absorbent methods. This project will provide a situational analysis to assess the status of MHM and the success...

  4. Unpacking mistrust in Malawi through the Nchalo café

    Recently, Sophie Durrans travelled to Malawi to work with SHARE partner, the University of Malawi -...

  5. Embedding M&E at LSHTM

    Every year, LSHTM hosts a week of activities to encourage staff and research students to share ideas and strengthen skills. Emily Balls, SHARE's Monitoring and Evaluation Officer, ran a...

  6. Handwashing with soap: why should we care?

    On 15th October, the world celebrates Global Handwashing Day. This year, former SHARE PhD student and WaterAid UK's WASH Manager for Hygiene,...

  7. Researcher of the Month: Elialilia Okello

    Recently Dr Elialilia S. Okello joined MITU as our new SHARE Research Fellow. Elialilia tells us about her background and what she’s most excited about for the...

  8. Mikono Safi- Formative Research Brief

    This briefing note provides an overview of the formative research conducted as part of Mikono Safi project in Tanzania. The findings from the formative work, conducted in three...

  9. Putting Water, Sanitation and Hygiene at the Centre of Development

    WaterAid Tanzania recently launched a new programme strategy at an event attended by senior government officials, including the Vice President of the United Public of Tanzania. Here, Priya Sippy, WaterAid Tanzania's...

  10. Pit latrine minor contributor to diarrhoeal diseases in Bangladesh

    Pit latrines may not be a major threat to groundwater contamination as very few instances of such contamination have shown to occur in a new icddr,b study.
    Consumed directly as drinking water, groundwater is contaminated more often due to...