Hidden Forces: The Role of Water in Economic Prosperity

Kenya native and Sustainable Water Partnership Team Leader Gordon Mumbo stands overseas a USAID-supported project supporting the Mara River Basin. Photo credit: Bobby Neptune

Safe and accessible water is critical for a country’s successful economic development and for the health and well-being of its citizens. Ultimately, the journey to self-reliance cannot succeed without sustainable water resource management.

Join the Wilson Center's Environmental Change and Security Program on Monday, September 30, from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. for a session exploring the role of market-based solutions and private sector engagement in strengthening the management of water resources to meet the needs of communities, agriculture, industry and commerce, and ecosystem services. The event is co-organized by USAID, the Sustainable Water Partnership, and Winrock International.  Visit WilsonCenter.org for more information or register using the button below.


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