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The second phase of the UPGro programme runs from 2015 - 2019 with five [https://upgro.org/consortium/ consortium projects] taking forward detailed research on specific issues of groundwater relating to socio-economic conditions in Africa. These projects are:  
 
The second phase of the UPGro programme runs from 2015 - 2019 with five [https://upgro.org/consortium/ consortium projects] taking forward detailed research on specific issues of groundwater relating to socio-economic conditions in Africa. These projects are:  
  
; [https://upgro.org/consortium/gro-for-good/ Gro for GooD]: Groundwater risk management for growth and development, in Kenya.
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; [https://upgro.org/consortium/gro-for-good/ Gro for GooD]: Groundwater risk management for growth and development
 
; [https://upgro.org/consortium/grofutures2/ GroFutures]: Groundwater Futures in Sub-Saharan Africa
 
; [https://upgro.org/consortium/grofutures2/ GroFutures]: Groundwater Futures in Sub-Saharan Africa
; [https://upgro.org/consortium/brave2/ BRAVE]: Building understanding of climate variability into planning of groundwater supplies from low storage aquifers in Africa, in Burkina Faso and Ghana.
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; [https://upgro.org/consortium/brave2/ BRAVE]: Building understanding of climate variability into planning of groundwater supplies from low storage aquifers in Africa  
; [https://upgro.org/consortium/t-group/ T-GroUP]: Experimenting with practical transition groundwater management strategies for the urban poor in Sub Saharan Africa, in Ghana, Tanzania and Uganda.
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; [https://upgro.org/consortium/t-group/ T-GroUP]: Experimenting with practical transition groundwater management strategies for the urban poor in Sub Saharan Africa
; [https://upgro.org/consortium/hidden-crisis2/ Hidden Crisis]: Unravelling current failures for future success in rural groundwater supply, in Ethiopia, Malawi and Uganda.
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; [https://upgro.org/consortium/hidden-crisis2/ Hidden Crisis]: Unravelling current failures for future success in rural groundwater supply
  
 
Results from the research projects have been emerging throughout the programme, including [https://upgro.org/publications-papers/ papers, conference presentations, reports and briefings], and [https://upgro.org/category/announcement/webinars-and-films/ webinars and films]. More information will continue to be generated throughout the programme and will be available via the [https://upgro.org/ UPGro website], including this [https://embed.kumu.io/4410b19a36507a7a09b559b83da93a75#upgro-research-map interactive systems map].
 
Results from the research projects have been emerging throughout the programme, including [https://upgro.org/publications-papers/ papers, conference presentations, reports and briefings], and [https://upgro.org/category/announcement/webinars-and-films/ webinars and films]. More information will continue to be generated throughout the programme and will be available via the [https://upgro.org/ UPGro website], including this [https://embed.kumu.io/4410b19a36507a7a09b559b83da93a75#upgro-research-map interactive systems map].
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===Groundwater research projects by country===
 
===Groundwater research projects by country===
  
A series of pages describing specific, usually relatively large, groundwater projects in particular countries.  
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A series of pages describing key groundwater projects in particular countries. More pages are in development.  
  
Note: these are not comprehensive lists of groundwater projects: there are many more. If you have information on other significant groundwater projects in these or other countries in Africa, please let us know and we will add them to these lists. Contact us on AfricaGWAtlas@bgs.ac.uk
 
 
 
*[[Ethiopia Groundwater Projects | Ethiopia groundwater projects]]
 
 
*[[Kenya Groundwater Projects | Kenya groundwater projects]]
 
  
 
*[[Madagascar Groundwater Projects | Madagascar groundwater projects]]
 
*[[Madagascar Groundwater Projects | Madagascar groundwater projects]]
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*[[Namibia Groundwater Projects | Namibia Groundwater Projects]]
 
*[[Namibia Groundwater Projects | Namibia Groundwater Projects]]
  
*[[Zambia Groundwater Projects | Zambia Groundwater Projects]]
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*[[Zambia Groundwater Projects | Zambia Groundwater Projects]]  
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===Groundwater research projects on transboundary aquifers===
 
===Groundwater research projects on transboundary aquifers===

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