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Bridging the Governance and Finance Gaps in the WASH Sector
The WASH sector needs to invest 263 billion USD per year to achieve universal access to water and sanitation by 2030.
Increasing Financing for Private Water Operators in Cambodia
Private water operators have helped to bridge the finance gap within the WASH sector in Cambodia, yet several critical challenges remain.
Final Report - Sustainable Water Partnership
USAID's Sustainable Water Partnership (SWP) is a mechanism that aligns with and integrates key United States Government foreign policy goals, as well as USAID strategic priorities unde
Community-Led Total Sanitation Performance Envelope Study - Final Report
Community-led total sanitation (CLTS) is the most widely employed approach to reduce open defecation in rural areas.
Sustainable WASH Systems Learning Partnership End of Project Report
This end of project report captures work across the USAID Sustainable WASH Systems Learning Partnership (SWS) as applied to rural water and small town sanitation services.
Integrated Water Security Assessment of the Stung Chinit Basin, Cambodia
This integrated water security assessment includes three sections: a profile of the targeted basin, a water resource assessment, and a water sector governance assessment.
Making Serious Water Security Issues More Fun: Developing an ECO Game for Cambodia’s Stung Chinit Basin
The Sustainable Water Partnership (SWP) is excited to launch the ECO Game: Water Security.
Working Together for Water Security in Cambodia
Population growth, deforestation, agricultural pollution and climate variability are threatening water security in Cambodia’s Stung Chinit River Watershed.
Key Lessons Learned from SWP Pilot Activities in the Mara River and Stung Chinit Basins
SWP publishes Water Security Improvement Case Studies and an updated Water Security Improvement Toolkit 2: Define the Water Security Improvement Space and Assess Water Risks
Plan Approved to Address Water Security in Key Cambodian Basin
Local stakeholders announce effort to improve water security and promote conservation in the Stung Chinit River Basin A committee of stakeholders representing the government, private sector and private citizens recently announce