This paper examines the water–energy–food (WEF) nexus in a humanitarian context, with a specific focus on water, sanitation and hygi
Given the increasing frequency and duration of humanitarian emergencies worldwide, there is a need to identify a greater range of ef
Of the two billion people worldwide lacking access to at least basic sanitation, seven out of ten live in rural areas (JMP 2019).
The key weaknesses identified in water infrastructure systems in urban and peri-urban areas in FCAS are:
Somali Region of Ethiopia has been affected by drought for several years.
SummaryWhat is already known about this topic?
In August 2015, an outbreak of cholera was reported in Tanzania.
On May 2, 2009 an outbreak of typhoid fever began in rural villages along the Malawi-Mozambique border resulting in 748 illnesses an
Bucket chlorination (where workers stationed at water sources manually add chlorine solution to recipients’ water containers during