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Near Real-time Borehole Functionality Monitoring for Strengthening Water Supply Asset Management
The USAID Sustainable WASH Systems Learning Partnership (SWS) and USAID Lowland WASH Activity, in partnership with the Ethiopian government at various administrative levels, h
Tracking Network Analysis: Kitui County, Kenya
This brief outlines the major conclusions of the recently released Understanding Changes in Coordination in Kitui Count
The Intersectionality of WASH, Climate Change, and the Coronavirus
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have provided clear guidance on the most critical measure we can all take to protect human health and reduce the spread of COVID-19: “Hands should be washed with soap and water.” While clear and simpl
Leading By Example: Godfrey Nkutu Mpala is Improving Sanitation in his Community
Godfrey’s decision to invest in a toilet was derived from the love for his community and the fact that he is a leader who aspires to lead by example.
Meet the USAID Uganda Sanitation for Health Activity Grantees
USAID Uganda Sanitation for Health Activity (USHA) Supports Innovative Local organizations to lmprove Sanitation in Uganda.
Preparing East Africa for an Uncertain Future
Rising temperatures and an increase in extreme weather events in East Africa are impacting community livelihoods, the regional economy, and access to improved water and sanitation.
Northern Uganda Water Supply Services (NUWATER) – Final Report
The Northern Uganda Water Supply Services (NUWATER) (formally NUWSS) was a three-year initiative funded by USAID/Uganda.
Transboundary Water for Biodiversity and Human Health in the Mara River Basin – Project Summary
The Transboundary Water for Biodiversity and Human Health in the Mara River Basin (TWB-MRB) Project was be
The PREPARED Project
The Planning for Resilience in East Africa through Policy, Adaptation, Research, and Economic Development (
Fact Sheet: PREPARED Program (East Africa)
The livelihoods of East Africans largely depend on access to and protection of their natural resources, including wildlife. When those resources are threatened, poverty grows.