Rural water sustainability in Africa

Posted on 6th October 2014

UNICEF has signed a partnership agreement with Oxford University to test new models for rural water sustainability in Africa. The two year programme of work is led by Dr Rob Hope with Professor David Bradley, Patrick Thomson and Johanna Koehler, and government and private sector collaborators in Kenya.

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University of Oxford and University of Khartoum explore collaboration

Posted on 2nd October 2014

In September, members from the Oxford Water Network hosted Professor Gamal Abdo, Director of the Water Research Centre of the University of Khartoum, Sudan. Professor Abdo met with faculty and students from the School of Geography and Environment, Environmental Change Institute, and the Department of Politics and International Relations to discuss the possibilities for collaboration in educational resources, research opportunities and knowledge dissemination.

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Groundwater and poverty research in Marrakech

Posted on 1st October 2014

Oxford University research on Unlocking the Potential of Groundwater for the Poor (UPGro) was presented at the International Association of Hydrogeologists in Marrakech in September.

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Scientists find vast new freshwater sources under the sea

Posted on 6th December 2013

Untapped reserves of fresh groundwater – up to 0.5 million km3 – are buried beneath continental shelves around the world, according to new findings published in the international scientific journal Nature and co-authored by Oxford’s Mike Edmunds.

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