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Health and nutrition
Strengthening collaboration at the WASH, food and nutrition nexus to build community resilience in low income countries (WASHnut)
 
Impact Story
10 February 2020
Strengthened connections and collaboration between the actors working with WASH and food

Read this impact story of how SIANI has strengthened cross-sectoral collaboration at the WASH, food and nutrition nexus.

Climate change and resource conflict
Health and nutrition
Strengthening collaboration at the WASH, food and nutrition nexus to build community resilience in low income countries (WASHnut)
 
Health and nutrition
Strengthening collaboration at the WASH, food and nutrition nexus to build community resilience in low income countries (WASHnut)
 
Slides
16 November 2018
Strengthening collaboration at the WASH, food and nutrition nexus to build community resilience in low income countries (WASHnut)

Presentation by George Obondo, ICRAF, at the SIANI Members Meeting in Nairobi, November 14th 2018

Health and nutrition
 
Event
27 August 2018
Tackling antimicrobial resistance through safe, clean water and environmental health

Far too little attention is given to the issue of Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) and the way it spreads in our natural environment and water. How does it happen? What role do pollution and water...

Health and nutrition
Rural transformation
Strengthening collaboration at the WASH, food and nutrition nexus to build community resilience in low income countries (WASHnut)
 
Event
4 December 2017
WASHnut Expert Group Meeting

The aim with this workshop is to facilitate mutual learning between practitioners, encourage North-South collaboration, dialogue between practitioners and researchers and...

Health and nutrition
Strengthening collaboration at the WASH, food and nutrition nexus to build community resilience in low income countries (WASHnut)
 
Blog Post
17 November 2017
COMMUNITIES IN SWEDEN AND KENYA, WATER CRISIS IN COMMON?

For Swedes, it is a shocking realisation that we may not be able to take abundant water for granted anymore. This summer has been an unusual one; the groundwater levels in many part of the country have been at their lowest since monitoring by the Swedish Geological Survey (SGU) began.

Health and nutrition
Rural transformation
 
News Story
6 September 2017
From visual ethnography in Brazil to education in Southeast Asia: Meet our new Expert Groups

SIANI Expert Groups are broad-based working groups established around our vision and mission. The purpose of these groups is to convene experts on specific issues together to contribute to a holistic understanding of emerging issues in the field of food security and agricultural development.

Health and nutrition
Landscape management
Linkages between Water, Sanitation and Food and Nutrition Security
 
Publication
23 August 2017
Linking water, sanitation and agricultural sectors for food and nutrition security

Water is crucial to human survival and well-being. The micronutrients in water contribute to nutritional security, water is important for cleaning food as well as for personal hygiene. However,...

Health and nutrition
Trade and production
Linkages between Water, Sanitation and Food and Nutrition Security
 
Publication
17 March 2017
Final report: Expert Group on linkages between water, sanitation and food production for food and nutrition security

This report summarizes the activities and outputs of the  Expert Group on linkages between water, sanitation and food production for food and nutrition security. It highlights synergies and...

Health and nutrition
Trade and production
Linkages between Water, Sanitation and Food and Nutrition Security
 
Publication
17 March 2017
Panel Report: Bridging the gap between water, sanitation and food production for food and nutrition security

This report summarizes the panel discussion at the event "Bridging the gap between water, sanitation and food production for improved food and nutrition security" in August 2016.