This work with the World Bank and Pakistani government updated the Indus Basin Model and used it to assess scenarios of climate change, water use, and agricultural development in Pakistan.
MIT researchers evaluated water filter technologies currently on the market in Ahmedabad, India for suitability, scalability, and sustainability.
Open to Saudi Arabian women scientists and engineers who hold a doctoral degree, this fellowship supports recipients to spend one year doing research at MIT in collaboration with an MIT faculty member.
The CNRE offers fellowships intended to foster collaborative research by providing top scientists and scholars from Kuwait an opportunity to visit with their counterparts at MIT.
This project aims to reduce the costs and environmental impacts of desalination in Kuwait, which borders the most saline water in the Arabian Gulf.
To address chemical contamination in areas of India without access to grid electricity, researchers at the Tata Center are designing scalable, efficient, and sustainable water purification systems.
This project will investigate and develop technologies for the remediation and reuse of water produced during oil and gas extraction, focusing in particular on conditions in Saudi Arabia.
Researchers are collaborating with the state governments of Gujarat and Maharashtra to develop a platform for planning sustainable rural water systems that can be scaled and adapted.
This research focuses on the design of village-scale desalination systems for rural India, with the goal of providing regular access to clean drinking water.
The MIT Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering has been working in Nepal since 1999 to help provide clean drinking water and improved sanitation to those in need.