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USAID Sustainable Water Partnership Presents Sustainable Water for the Mara Pilot Activity Closeout Webinar, January 28, 2021
Join the USAID Sustainable Water Partnership (SWP) and its partners in Kenya and Tanzania for a discussion about the project’s achievements, lessons learned, and the future of transboundary water governance in the Mara River Basin. Beginning
SWP & IUCN Webinar Series on Transboundary Water Governance for Water Security
Water security is critical for ecosystem, human and animal health, especially for regions where water is scarce and of poor quality.
Big Data for Water Security: Scalable Geospatiotemporal Data Integration & Systems
This series is part of the training sessions created by the partners of the Big Data Analytics and Transboundary Water Collaboration for Southern Africa.
Transboundary Aquifer Management Continued: US-Mexico Lessons Learned
Transboundary Aquifer Management (Sustainable Water Partnership)
The Sustainable Water Partnership held this webinar on August 15, 2019 to learn about the U.S.
Women Leading the Fight for Water Security
Female leaders lend their voices to efforts by the USAID-funded Sustainable Water Partnership to enhance water security in Cambodia This blog was first published on the
Water as a Tool for Resilience in Times of Crisis (Live Stream)
About 90 percent of USAID’s water priority countries are conflict-affected or fragile. Last year, over 60 million people around the world were affected by more than 280 natural disasters.
Water Security in an Uncertain Future: Enhancing Water Resources Management and Planning by Reducing Climate- and Weather-Related Risks
This blog was first published in ClimateLinks.
Water Security and the U.S. Global Water Strategy
This blog originally appeared in the Sustainable Water Partnership newsletter and is also available on SWP’s website.