Three students from the UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education have arrived in Dar es Salaam and will commence their master’s thesis field work in the coming week. Shabana Abbas, Carlos Aponte and Tlhoriso Morienyane will be based in Arusha for three months to study different aspects of groundwater. Their thesis work is expected to contribute to different objectives of the T-GroUP project.
The students will study everyday practices of water access, actors and institutions governing groundwater use and groundwater flow systems in low income settlements of Arusha. The students are looking forward to a great learning experience in Arusha!