Farah F. Hegazi is a Ph.D. student in environmental politics and policy at Duke University. Her primary research focuses on the challenges that governments in the Middle East and North Africa face in delivering water and sanitation services to un-served and under-served areas, and how to overcome those challenges. She also conducts research on environmental security and environmental peace-building.   Despite substantial improvements in expanding access to water and sanitation infrastructure in Egypt, the benefits are not uniformly distributed. As such, this project aims to understand the criteria that the Egyptian government uses in choosing which districts receive services, and whether and how these criteria have changed over time.

 


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