REACH Calls for Applications for Studies Exploring Inequalities in Bangladesh, Ethiopia and Kenya

The REACH programme is launching a Call for Applications for Studies Exploring Inequalities in Bangladesh (Dhaka), Ethiopia (Wukro) and Kenya (Kitui). A total of £150,000 of funding (£50,000 for each study site) will be available until April 2019 to co-build knowledge on how water (in)security produces or reflects socio-economic inequalities and marginalisation, particularly of gender and disabled people.

The call is open for local researchers or research teams, including civil society organisations, research institutions, regional organisations, think tanks, governmental organisations and the private sector. Applicants are asked to express interest by January 15th, 2018 (the application should be submitted shortly thereafter).

Find out more about the calls and process for application here, or address any questions to

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