Practical Action Publishing latest publications – November
The Jeroen Ensink Memorial Prize commemorates the life and work of former Waterlines’ Editorial Board member Dr Jeroen H.J. Ensink, who was tragically killed in 2015. The prize celebrates research that translates into better practice and real impact.
The 2021 recipients are Bonface Okotch, Elsir Gadir Ahmmed Elsimat, Libertad Gonzalez, Jan Heeger, Jovana Dodos for their article ‘Are ceramic water filters effective in preventing diarrhoea and acute malnutrition among under-five children in Sudan?’ You can read it, open access, online.
Bridging the WASH Humanitarian-development Divide: Building a sustainable reality calls on humanitarian, development, and other professionals, in and outside the WASH sector, to work together to improve the long-term impact of sustainable WASH programmes in humanitarian contexts.
Cities for Human Development: A capability approach to city-making
What if we understand cities not as engines of growth but of human development and well-being?
Cities for Human Development: A capability approach to city-making shows how urban decision-making can promote greater justice and solidarity.
Building with Lime Stabilized Soil
Stafford Holmes and Bee Rowan
What is the key to delivering housing that will protect people across the world from the effects of climate change and extreme weather? Durable, ecological, locally available building materials! This new book is a source of inspiration and empowerment.
Agrarian Change & Peasant Studies
Our book series Agrarian Change & Peasant Studies is now fully Open Access! The first book in the series is described as ‘The most sweeping, original, and discerning class analysis of agrarian history in many decades’.
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