Investigating if environmental induced behaviour changes contribute to cholera infections: examining the potential effects of Climate Change on cholera and its implications to Human Security in Bangladesh – University of Copenhagen

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Investigating if environmental induced behaviour changes contribute to cholera infections: examining the potential effects of Climate Change on cholera and its implications to Human Security in Bangladesh

Project description:

A PhD study using mixed methods approaches to study the impacts of floods on hygiene and sanitation, and health indicators (diarrhoea and Cholera), with analysis' of security aspects of these impacts on human livelihood.

Person in charge of project:

Stephen Lawrence Grant

Partner Institutions:

Centre for Advanced Security Theory (CAST), Department of Political Sciences, University of Copenhagen

Environment and Population Research Centre (EPRC), Bangladesh

Research team:

Project timeline:

2010-2016