SUPPORTED DISSERTATIONS
DR. HERMANN EISELEN PH.D. PROGRAM
WATER AND FOOD SECURITY

A total of 10 dissertations were supported in the thematic area of water and food security:

  • Hasan, Mohammad Monirul, Investment in health within the agriculture, water, sanitation and hygiene nexus for rural households in Bangladesh, 2018 Summary as View-PDF
  • Akhtar, Fazlullah, Water availability and demand analysis in the Kabul River Basin, Afghanistan, 2017 Summary as View-PDF
  • Okyere, Charles Yaw, Water Quality in Multipurpose Water Systems, Sanitation, Hygiene and Health Outcomes in Ghana, 2017 Summary as View-PDF
  • Usman, Muhammed Abdella, Water, Sanitation and Agriculture. Linkages and Impacts on Health and Nutrition Outcomes in rural Ethiopia, 2017 Summary as View-PDF
  • Falkenberg, Timo, Wastewater-Irrigated Urban Agriculture in the Context of WASH in Ahmedabad, India, 2016 Summary as View-PDF
  • Wambui Njiraini, Georgina , Water Policy in South Africa. Effects, Impacts, and the Associated Transaction Costs in the Olifants Basin, 2016 Summary as View-PDF
  • Dörendahl, Esther Irene, Boundary Work for Collaborative Water Resources Management. Conceptual and Empirical Insights from a South African Case Study, 2015 Summary as View-PDF
  • Eshtawi, Tamer, Integrated hydrologic modeling as a key for sustainable development planning of urban water resources in the semi-arid watersheds of the Gaza Strip, 2015 Summary as View-PDF
  • Maksud Bahodirovich Bekchanov, Efficient water allocation and water conservation policy modeling in the Aral Sea Basin, 2014 Summary as View-PDF
  • Singh, Ruchika, Actors’, Ideas and Ideational Realm in Irrigation Management: The Case of Decentralization in Madhya Pradesh, India, 2014 Summary as View-PDF