The Water Institute at UNC

Founding Year: 2010

Staff: 11


The Water Institute at UNC (2010; Chapel Hill; 11 staff;

A research institute that aims “to provide global academic leadership for economically, environmentally, socially, and technically sustainable management of water, sanitation, and hygiene for equitable health and human development.”  Their goal is “to drive effective policy, programming, and practice in water, sanitation, and hygiene that protects and improves human health and well being worldwide and that predicts and prevents emerging risks.”

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Leadership: Jamie Bartram (Director)

The Water Institute at UNC contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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