Let’s look for sustainable solutions to water supply that harness the power of nature and bring communities together for the longer term, and take lessons from Kinderdijk
This new resource provides practical guidance for integrating the needs of (peri) menopausal women into WASH programmes, providing recommendations for practitioners and policy makers.
According to the Joint Monitoring Programme the UK has 98% access to safely managed sanitation, but when we delve deeper all is not as it seems
I share reflections on the 2-day visit I made to the Faculty of Planning at CEPT University as part of my research trip to Ahmedabad and my experiences as a guest at thesis reviews for Masters in Urban Infrastructure students.
This blog shares highlights from my keynote lecture for the American Association of Geographers (AAG) Disability Speciality Group at their annual international conference on 24th March 2023.
This second blog in a two-part series asks, what future lies ahead for India’s rural stepwells with their intricate architecture, and for their local rural communities?
Let’s recognise the collective memory of Gujarat’s rural stepwells as historical sites of interest and work to preserve these ancient structures for the future.
This guest blog by Mayank Pandey and Rachana Kansagra provides reflections from a workshop on the WASH needs of perimenopausal women at CEPT University, Ahmedabad, India.
Simply installing taps, pipes and toilets, even if fully inclusive, barely scratches the surface for what is needed to achieve sustainable WASH for all.
UMC are working on the ground with the very people, the masons, the pit emptiers and the faecal sludge treatment plant operators who are key to achieving a Swachh Bharat (Clean India)