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.

13 Mar 2019 | Bangladesh Post

As part of improving water security, USAID programs have increased access to safe drinking water while reducing community dependence on timber and other forest products.

13 Mar 2019 | ReliefWeb

USAID/OFDA-funded initiatives to provide safe drinking water in Palau demonstrate the importance of local engagement in identifying and implementing unique solutions to...

13 Mar 2019 | Business Recorder

These 40 graduates are among the students who also participated in exchange visits at the University of Utah in the United States under the program funded by the U.S....

6 Mar 2019 | This Day

Residents of Umuahia the capital city of Abia state can now expect to start enjoying public water supply in no distant time as efforts by the state government to get the...

6 Mar 2019 | AfricaNews

The U.S. Government through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) contributed $5.7 million (USD) for a system to lower the groundwater level in...

6 Mar 2019 | Standard Digital

The writer, Doris Kaberia, is the Kenya Programmes Director for Millennium Water Alliance (MWA) and a Chief of Party for USAID and SDC supported 3.5 billion Public...

27 Feb 2019 | New Security Beat

Over the past two decades, Huston has engaged with local communities on water utility reform programming in low-intensity post-conflict and potentially new conflict...

27 Feb 2019 | Agrilinks

If Sub-Saharan Africa is to feed its growing population over the coming decades, sustainable drylands irrigation will be essential. The time to make irrigation both a...

27 Feb 2019 | University of Colorado Boulder

Greg Collins is the Deputy Assistant Administrator in the USAID Bureau for Food Security, which leads the U.S. Government’s global hunger and food security initiative,...