USAID In the News

We scour global news sources to find the latest stories featuring USAID's work in the water sector (so you don't have to). Check in for weekly updates to this page or let us know if you have an item to share.

3 Jul 2018 | Dow

The Dow Chemical Company and USAID, in collaboration with the Little Sisters of St. Francis have commissioned the installation of an energy-efficient, high-recovery...

3 Jul 2018 | Star of Mysore

A WASH Lab under the USAID Innovation Hub for Urban Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (IHUWASH) Project and Assessment Workshop was also launched on the occasion.

27 Jun 2018 | Ohio State University

On June 22, 2018 USAID and The Coca Cola Foundation, through their Water and Development Alliance (WADA) global partnership, commemorated the launch of activities that...

27 Jun 2018 | Devex

Design thinking has become a trend, one that may reshape health systems, sanitation practices, payment mechanisms, and much more,” the session description reads.

27 Jun 2018 | Business Ghana

The Deputy Mission Director of USAID, Mr Steven E. Hendrix, lauded the Sanitation Ministry for taking a bold step to address the sanitation challenges of poor people. He...

27 Jun 2018 | USAID Sri Lanka

Sixty-seven year old J.A. Padmalatha, in Yathdehiwatta happily climbs the mountain every morning to check the level of chlorine in the water treatment unit to ensure...

22 Jun 2018 | Business Wire

USAID Mikajy will use innovative tools and science-based analyses to strengthen government territorial planning efforts at the local level and improve water and resource...

20 Jun 2018 | VietnamNet

The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), has organised a programme to introduce the zero-waste concept to companies in the tourism and hospitality...

20 Jun 2018 | The Diplomat

Women who have benefited from long-term training from USAID have shown the tremendous impact that involving women can have on water issues for rural communities in...