HWISE RCN members are involved in collaborative projects. We seek to showcase and support those projects through our website to generate further collaboration, research, and discovery. HWISE Collaborative Projects is a designation when two or more HWISE RCN members are PIs or Co-PIs on an HWISE related project.
Our project aims to address this gap to better capture and understand non-material aspects that might be important as ‘conversion factors’ to enable capabilities and entitlements to overcome household water insecurity.
Several HWISE RCN Member researchers and collaborators examine multiple dimensions of WASH, water and food security, and gender in Amhara, Ethiopia.
We examine vulnerability of rural communities located in Brazil’s semiarid to enhace water, food, and energy security
In the WI>FI project we are investigating explicitly the conditions under which household food insecurity might be accounted for by water insecurity.
Households in the urban periphery access water through complex systems of formal and informal water technologies, practices, institutions, and organizational forms.
The Global Ethnohydrology Study is a transdisciplinary multi-year, multi-site program of research that examines the range of variation in local ecological knowledge of water issues, also known as “ethnohydrology.”
We developed the Household Water Insecurity Experiences (HWISE) study to develop a tool to measure water insecurity at the the household level.
This project is funded by Lloyd’s Register Foundation, a charitable foundation helping to protect life and property by supporting engineering-related education, public engagement and the application of research.