Humanitarian WASH Research Updates: Research Gaps

Humanitarian WASH Research Updates: Research Gaps
In Barsalogho, Burkina Faso, the water point these ladies are using was created under an emergency context of massive displacement of people fleeing violence, contributing to the deterioration of already insufficient water resources. Photo Credit: Salifou Boukari, Winrock International

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USAID’s Incorporating Research into Practice project at Tufts University and the Global WASH Cluster invite you to hear the latest updates on research gaps in humanitarian WASH.

Facilitated by Daniele Lantagne and Jitka Hiscox, both of Tufts University, speakers at this event include Lauren d’Mello-Guyett (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine) and presenters from USAID’s Bureau of Humanitarian Assistance. The seminar will be live captioned in French.

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