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Funded by the European Commission under Horizon Europe (Grant Agreement: 101137255)

Launched in January 2024, the SPRINGS project addresses the escalating risks of waterborne diarrheal diseases due to global warming and climate extremes by informing crucial climate, environmental, and health adaptation policies. The project will enhance climate and health surveillance, develop resilient water supply systems, and prioritise interventions to prevent climate-induced diarrheal diseases, thereby increasing Europe's adaptive capacity and resilience. 

Coordinated by the Amsterdam Institute for Global Health and Development (AIGHD) and Amsterdam UMC, the project counts 14 partners and will last 60 months.