Water Institute Highlights

Perspectives from a Boat: Exploring the Chesapeake...

Magazine

Baltimore, Maryland This past weekend, I had the opportunity to visit the Chesapeake Bay for the first time, with Dr. Grace Brush and her ecology class. Led by members from the Chesapeake Bay...

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An Analysis of the Benefits of Aquacultures

Magazine

Non-communicable diseases are on the rise, and Americans are beginning to act. Recommended by the US Dietary Guidelines, Americans are trading in poultry and red meats for seafood, which are known to...

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Tom Kirsch comments on Nepal disaster relief in...

News

Johns Hopkins Water Institute Faculty Working Group member, Thomas D. Kirsch, M.D., wrote an article in the May 1, 2015 edition of the Washington Post on the persistent lack of data on...

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Faculty Spotlight - Tanvi Nagpal, PhD

News

Tanvi Nagpal, PhD is the Associate Director of the International Development Program at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. She is also an affiliate scholar of the Urban...

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Decentralized wastewater treatment in Bedouin...

Magazine

The Bedouins in the southern Negev desert of Israel are an indigenous and nomadic community. While Bedouin tribes claim historic rights to the land, an estimated 40% of the population resides in...

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PMA2020 in Kenya

The PMA 2020 Kenya training team. 

A community recycling program in Kenya. 

PMA 2020 Kenya collects data on family planning, water, and sanitation. 

The PMA 2020 works to improve local sanitation infrastructure. The availability of flushable toilets promotes good health in communities. 

Water arrives via tanker truck to a town in Kenya. 

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