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Research Locations

Since its inception, SHARE has focused its activities in Bangladesh, India Malawi, and Tanzania. During this time we worked closely with national sector partners to define research priorities, generate rigorous and relevant applied research, and enhance the uptake of new and existing research. SHARE also supported specific research projects in several other countries including: Ghana, Mali, Namibia, Nepal, Thailand, The Gambia, Uganda, and Zimbabwe.

From 2015, SHARE will concentrate its activities in sub-Saharan Africa, building on the foundations laid in Malawi and Tanzania to date, and drawing on new strategic partnerships in Kenya and Zambia.


WaterAid/GMB Akash/Panos

Bangladesh is one of the most populous countries in the world and just under half of its 159 million population lives on less than US$2 a dayRead more


WaterAid/Areeb Hashmi

A middle-income country with a population of over 1 billion, poverty in India is a complex issue with just under a third of the populationRead more


Sustainable sanitation/Foter/CC BY

Kenya is among the top ten richest countries in Africa (IMF, 2015), but just under a third of its population has access to improved sanitationRead more


WaterAid/Jason Larkin

Malawi is one of the smaller countries in Sub-Saharan African and home to 16 million people. An estimated 35% of the Malawian population doesRead more

Other Countries

SDI/Zimbabwe Homeless Peoples' Federation

Outside of SHARE’s focus countries, we have also supported a range of research projects in several other countries on the following topics:Read more


WaterAid/Behailu Shiferaw

Tanzania is one of the largest countries in sub-Saharan Africa and is home to more than 52 million people. Only 16% of Tanzanians have accessRead more


WaterAid/Anna Kari

Although Zambia made great strides in improving access to improved forms of sanitation, an estimated 14% of the population practices openRead more


SHARE contributes to achieving universal access to effective, sustainable and equitable sanitation and hygiene by generating evidence to improve policy and practice worldwide.