HWISE-RCN is a community of scholars and practitioners who research and work in the interdisciplinary field of water insecurity. The RCN is an NSF-funded initiative (2018-2023) dedicated to building a community of practice that fosters key analytics and theoretical advances coupled with the development of research protocols and standardized assessments to document, benchmark, and understand the causes and outcomes of water insecurity at the household scale.

Policy Brief Highlight: “Measuring Transformative WASH: A New Paradigm for Designing, Monitoring, and Evaluating Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Interventions”

This month HWISE is highlighting a recently published policy brief, Measuring Transformative WASH: A New Paradigm for Designing, Monitoring, and Evaluating Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Interventions’ through the Pulte Institute of Global Development at the University of Notre Dame. Project…

Collaborative Accelerator Award Highlight: Dr. Linda E. Méndez-Barrientos, Dr. Anaís Roque, Dr. Sameer H. Shah

Linda Méndez-Barrientos, Anaís Roque, and Sameer Shah are recipients of the HWISE Collaborative Accelerator Award (CAA), a funding opportunity to bring small teams of researchers (2-3 members) together to accelerate new theoretical, methodological, analytical, outreach, and educational collaborations related to…