3 Water, Sanitation and Health •  Bursaries would support fieldwork, allowing scholars to undertake extended research to see at first-hand the habits, concerns and challenges of the communities they are studying, and would enrich their work through real- world practice. •  Funding from a thousand pounds upwards could give students and researchers easy access to chemicals, bottles, ice boxes and other small items to support their research. •  Support for staff and technology will help make our Masters programmes open for remote study and will see the creation of a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) – giving the opportunity of learning to students who would be unable to travel to Leeds.