Skip to main content
Select your language
A global water security, sanitation, and
hygiene knowledge portal
What We Do
U.S. Global Water Strategy
Action Research Initiative
Governance, Finance, Institutions
Safe Drinking Water
Sanitation & Hygiene
Water Resources Management
Where We Work
Index of Countries
How We Work
Working With USAID
WHAT WE DO
Where We Work
HOW WE WORK
Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Partnerships and Learning for Sustainability 2
WASHPaLS #2 Factsheet
USAID WASHPaLS #2 seeks to enhance global learning and adoption of the evidence-based development programming needed to achieve the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal #6.
Toward a hygienic environment for infants and young children: Limiting early exposures to support long-term health and well-being
Direct ingestion of animal and human feces in soil as well as exploratory mouthing by infants and young children remain underemphasized pathways of fecal pathogen exposure impacting child health and growth, as highlighted in the 2018
Formative Research on Gender and Hygiene in Mozambique: Final Report
Global evidence suggests deeply embedded structural and behavioral determinants, including restrictive norms and inequalities related to gender, sustain poor sanitation and hygiene conditions.
Exploring the Use and Appeal of Playpens to Protect Infants from Exposure to Animals, Animal Feces, and Dirt in Rural Ethiopia
This paper summarizes a mixed methods study that tested the feasibility and appeal of using playpens to establish a hygienic “safe zone” for infants in rural Ethiopia.
Exploring the Use of Playpens as a Feasible Option for Protecting Infants from Exposure to Animals, Feces, and Dirt in Amhara, Ethiopia
Mounting evidence suggests that animal feces ingestion is responsible for significant disease burden and growth faltering in infants and young children (IYC).
Webinar Slides for Dignity, Agency, Power: Exploring the Linkages Between Women's Economic Empowerment and Workplace MHM
Webinar slides from Dignity, Agency, Power: Exploring the Linkages Between Women's Economic Empower
Webinar - Dignity, Agency, Power: Exploring the Linkages Between Women's Economic Empowerment and Workplace MHM
Women and girls all over the world experience challenges managing their periods, especially those who live and work in environments that do not support adequate menstrual hygiene management (MHM).
Evaluation of WASHplus : Supportive Environments for Healthy Communities Project – Final Report
WASHplus | WASH-NTD Pilot Project in Burkina Faso End of Project Report
The WASHplus project supported healthy households and communities by creating and delivering interventions that lead to significant improvements in access, practices, and hea