On the occasion of the Wilson Center's 50th anniversary, its Environmental Change and Security Program and nine co-sponsoring programs convened experts on November 28 from government, the NGO sector, and academia for a compreh
In low- and middle-income country (LMIC) contexts such as Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia, between 44 percent to 51 percent of urban populations are unserved by piped water and 72 percent to 84 percent lack sewered connections.
Methane emissions are the second largest driver of global warming. Sanitation systems contribute to anthropogenic methane emissions if the biological decomposition of human feces is facilitated by anaerobic technologies.
Across low-and middle-income countries (LMICs), the public institutions mandated to provide water and sanitation services in cities have limited financial capacity and/or capabilities to provide citywide coverage.
The Global Water Strategy Indicator Handbook (formerly the “Water and Development Indicator Handbook”) provides performance monitoring indicators used to measure progress aligned with strategic objectives in the