Science and gender equality are both vital for the achievement of the internationally agreed development goals, including the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Over the past decades, the global community has made a lot of effort in inspiring and engaging women and girls in science. Yet women and girls continue to be excluded from participating fully in science. Today we mark the UN’s International Day of Women and Girls in Science and with the 7th International Day of Women and Girls in Science Assembly focusing on “Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion: Water Unites Us” we are highlighting some of our RECIRCULATE researchers’ articles and their fantastic contributions to a range of sciences.

 

Patience Agbedor

Patience Agbedor

Fantastic adolescent girls as WASH change agents

Ekua Afrakoma Armoo

Ekua Afrakoma Armoo

Achieving a sustainable Zongo: empowering children to decide where their waste ends up

Esther Agyabeng Fofie

Esther Agyabeng-Fofie

Waste not, want not

Ella Foggit

Hidden value of informal toilets: are international definitions missing the point?

Ebuwa Isagba

Ebuwa Isagba

A “Woman In Research”, and much more

Victoria Saanu Obatusin

Interdisciplinary research delivering “joined-up” solutions to multiple sustainable development goals

Valerie Ifeyinwa Edosa

Valerie Ofili-Edosa

Comparative effects of conventional fertilizers and anaerobic digestate

Priscilla Ntriwaa Otuo

Dr Priscilla Otuo

Engaged research – who benefits….and at what cost?

Afua Owusu-Kwarteng

What’s gender got to do with innovation?

Joyce Tuakly

Blue Skies ahead

Joana Zozimo

Dr Joana Zozimo

Healthy writing retreats: dare to enjoy your writing and joy will abound!

Ing. Dr Patricia Oteng Darko

Stakeholders Engaged with Irrigation Technologies in Ghana

Additionally our PARTICIPATE with RECIRCULATE programme featured a webinar for our ‘Women in Research’ month, asking the pertinent question – Why are gender considerations non-negotiable in research and development? Prof. Lola Dada, Prof. Sarah Jack and Dr Cynthia Forson from our team were speakers at the event. You can watch the full event here:

 

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