Sub-Saharan Africa's water inequality
Hear how our experts are researching the experiences faced by urban residents caused by water shortages and social inequalities, their observations and what their recommendations are for a better future.
Valuing water in the Global South
Diana Mitlin, Professor of Global Urbanism at The University of Manchester’s Global Development Institute, discusses the inequality of accessing clean water in the Global South, its rising cost and how the coronavirus has added to the problem.
Failing water infrastructure in Malawi
Cecilia Alda-Vidal, PhD student in Human Geography, and Dr Deljana Iossifova, Senior Lecturer in Urban Studies, explore how some people are taking sanitation issues into their own hands due to water scarcity and social inequality.
Infrastructure to enhance services in coastal East Africa
Julien Harou, Professor of Water Management and Chair of Water Engineering, discusses new approaches for balancing development interventions in some of East Africa’s coastal river basins.
Explore the international partnerships we’re forging to deliver solutions to global challenges.
Manchester Environmental Research Institute
Learn about how we're uniting knowledge and expertise from across the University to address the environmental challenges we face today.