The Growing Role of Universities in the Global Water and Sanitation Sector
Kellogg Schwab of Johns Hopkins University and Cheryl Choge of the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions at Duke University discussed the growing role of universities in the global water and sanitation sector. Cheryl Choge shared her experiences at the African World Water Week, where she represented the University Consortium on Global Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene, and Kellogg updated the group on the Consortium’s recent event at the University of North Carolina.
Katryn Bowe of CSIS’ Project on Global Water Policy interviewed Kellogg. In this interview, Dr. Schwab discusses the growing role of universities in addressing water and sanitation challenges in developing countries, and describes a consortium of universities that aims to strengthen universities’ contributions in this sector.