“Why does Africa have so few coronavirus cases compared to Western Europe and North America? What are countries on the African continent doing right, and is the West prepared to learn from them?”
Dr Lata Narayanaswamy joins Imogen Foulkes on the podcast ‘Inside Geneva’ to discuss these questions and more.
CGD member Lata Narayanaswamy has been part of a team looking at how (whether) women farmers in Kenya access weather forecasts and climate information. The value of such data for individual farmers is frequently overstated. This research clearly demonstrates the limited value of this data in the absence of wider contextual understandings of agricultural livelihoods….
A blog recently published by UNESCO’s International Institute for Educational Planning draws on Prof Caroline Dyer‘s work on data generated through the People’s Action for Learning (PAL) network.
In partnership with the Global Water Partnership Tanzania, Ministry of Water – Tanzania and UNESCO East Africa, we held a webinar to discuss the feasibility for creating a knowledge exchange hub in Tanzania. Water Knowledge Exchange Hub Webinar
We were in Addis Ababa in February 2020 for the GCRF Water Security and Sustainable Development Hub Assembly. https://www.watersecurityhub.org/about
PhD student, Shivani Singhal, has published a blog at The Climate Press entitled ‘Delhi and the River of Love’ exploring the multiple and complex politics of pollution in the Yamuna river.
The blog article is the last of a series entitled ‘Debating the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)’, which aimed to foster critical debates on the SDGs by discussing them from different angles.
CGD is part of the new GCRF ‘Water Hub’ project. Eighty per cent of the world’s population live in areas threatened by water security yet efforts to resolve this are repeatedly thwarted by pressures such as pollution, extreme weather, urbanisation, over-abstraction of groundwater and land degradation. In response to this challenge Newcastle University is leading…
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Lively discussions about the evolving needs of students and the shifting authority of universities in a changing world featured at WUN’s Global Higher Education and Research (GHEAR) workshop on May 22 at the University of Western Australia. The new chair of GHEAR’s Global Steering Group, Professor Caroline Dyer (Leeds), tabled a draft position paper to…