WEDC research is focused on the impact that our research can have on the improvement of infrastructure and services, how they can be better delivered and, ultimately, on how they can improve the lives of under-served people.
Beyond the reports we produce for our clients, therefore, we engage seriously in the processes of outreach and dissemination of our research findings. We hold meetings, forums, conferences and workshops and we seek ways of publishing and disseminating our findings in both print and by using new technologies.
If you would like to find out more about WEDC’s work is this area, please contact:
Please click on the links below to explore projects in this area:
- The SPLASH Urban Sanitation Research Programme
- Designing Safer Urban Spaces (DESURBS)
- Gender and social inclusion in WASH - Action research to develop practical tools and approaches to improve social inclusion in CLTS
- Undoing Inequity: Disability and ageing in WASH in Uganda and Zambia
- Evaluating the resilience of critical infrastructure for emergency response to extreme flood events in Leicester City
- Reinventing the toilet (funded by Gates Foundation) - see Prof M. Sohail Khan for further details
- Serving all urban consumers - a marketing approach to water services in low and middle income countries