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Urban Resilience By Building Partnerships And Applying New Evidence In WASH
Water Resources in Peril: A Discussion of Challenges and Opportunities
July 21, 2021
Increasing Resilience to Water Risks: SWP Annual Report 2019-20
This is the third annual report (2019-2020) for the Sustainable Water Partnership, a Leader with Associates cooperative agreement that supports U.S.
Increasing Resilience to Water Risks: SWP Annual Report 2018-19
This is the second annual report (2018-2019) for the Sustainable Water Partnership (SWP), a Leader with Associates cooperative agreement that supports U.S.
Securing Water for Lives and Livelihoods: SWP Annual Report 2017-18
This is the first annual report (2017-2018) for the Sustainable Water Partnership (SWP), a Leader with Associates cooperative agreement that supports U.S.
Private Sector Engagement in the Water Security Improvement Process
Improving the sustainability of a watershed requires active engagement with all major water users — particularly private sector actors, which can be large, impactful and politically influential water users.
Analytical Tools to Support Water Security Decision-Making
This supporting paper presents local decision-makers and practitioners with various tools that can be used within the context of a Water Security Improvement (WSI) process.
Where Is Our Water Going
How is the world’s water being used? And how can we manage it better? SWP Director Eric Viala explains in this new video.
Webinar: How to Improve Water Security
The Sustainable Water Partnership’s Water Security Improvement (WSI) process helps stakeholders address water-related risks in a specific geographic area.
Webinar: Watershed Moments in the Mara
New Beginnings in Transboundary Water Cooperation