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.

6 Feb 2019 | U.S. Embassy in Niger

Working with USAID’s Office of Food for Peace (FFP), one local mayor in Maradi engineered an innovaation solution to improve water supply. Instead of having one village...

6 Feb 2019 | USAID OFDA

USAID/OFDA also links emergency WASH activities with transition and development programs funded by other USAID offices and involves institutional partners—such as local...

6 Feb 2019 |

In 2016, the KIWASH project began working in Khwisero to help revive the water scheme once more, this time focusing on strengthening governance, business operations and...

6 Feb 2019 | Climatelinks

As part of the Sustainable Water Partnership's initiative to improve on-the-ground water security in the Mara River basin, the Adaptation Thought Leadership and...

29 Jan 2019 | New Security Beat

In this special series, produced with support from USAID, we talk to experts from around the world to hear how they are thinking about and addressing 21st century water...

29 Jan 2019 | Mortenson Center

This year, the Mortenson Center is hosting the first annual Global Engineering Awards. This event will feature an opening reception, in collaboration with the Colorado...

29 Jan 2019 | Sustainable Water Partnership

Communication is Key - Through Nepal’s Integrated Watershed Management Activity, Suman Basnet aims to make more water available for the land that he loves.  

31 Dec 2018 | Securing Water for Food

Securing Water for Food Innovator ICU – Peru supports small and medium-sized agricultural producers with an Irrigation Scheduling System that gives real-time information...

31 Dec 2018 | Modern Ghana

Today, open defecation in Kokompe and the environs of the garages has stopped due to the provision of a place of convenience by the Assembly following the advocacy...