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Projects by DAC Nation

Project TitleDAC Nation Overseas Partner
Low cost passive water treatment for impacted households across the Afghanistan and PakistanPakistan
Towards the end game: operational research on improving rural housing in sub-Saharan Africa as a strategy to support malaria elimination.Gambia
The Role of the Arts in Climate Change Mitigation:  Environmental Philosophies of Saharawi Refugee-CitizensAlgeria
Maya subsistence farmer decision-making under climatic uncertainty in Central AmericaBelize
The development of peptidomimetics (peptoids) as therapeutics for treatment of Chagas disease and LeishmaniasisBrazil
Repurposing old drugs to refresh the anti-leishmanial pipelineBrazil
Poverty alleviation among ethnic minority groups in South West China through eco-agricultural and tourism developmentChina
The tragedy of common heritage; environmental conservations and the exploitation of the resources of the deep sea bedJamaica
Transport as gendered employment practice in sub-Saharan AfricaSouth Africa
Understanding the impact of climate and climate change on water and food security in GuyanaGuyana
A whole lifecycle approach to solar PV in India, managing the operation, end-of-life recycling.India
Development of copper-dependent antimicrobial resistance breakersIndia
Mitigating flood risks to rice production in the Indian subcontinentIndia
The development and characterisation of “green” ionic liquid solvents for algal biofuel extraction.India
Rainfall runoff modelling for flood forecasting in IndonesiaIndonesia
Developing best practice to protect children from air pollution in IndonesiaIndonesia
Designing smart functionalised surfaces for water harvesting.Indonesia
Using machine learning and satellite radar to detect “silent” earthquakes in the Zagros Mountains, IranIran
When the shaking stops: an evaluation of post-earthquake heritage rehabilitation in Hanuman Dhoka’s Durbar SquareNepal
Exploring synergies and opportunities at the interface between culture, ritual &
science for landslide risk reduction
Designs for dwellings; strategies for managing human-animal contact in Sierra LeoneSierra Leone
Law’s Dynamic Effects: The Case of South AfricaSouth Africa
The politics and ethics of water security in Cape TownSouth Africa
Governing the energy-water nexus; sustainable resource governance for development in TurkeyTurkey
 Art and creativity in HIV/AIDS Prevention and Empowerment Among Young
People in Uganda
Using Soil Improvement Technologies (SITs) to Enhance Drought and Nutrient Resilience in Zimbabwean SoilsZimbabwe

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