The Kenya Integrated Water Sanitation and Hygiene Program (KIWASH) combines nutrition programming with improved access to water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH). USAID commissioned this midterm evaluation at the start of the project’s fourth year.
Jordan is recognized as one of the ten most water deprived countries in the world. Domestic water use in Jordan is among the lowest in the world, and barely meets basic household needs for sanitation, cooking, and cleaning.
A USAID WASH-FIN (Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene-Finance) survey of 105 private sanitation service providers (SSPs) across Senegal found that they face challenges typical of small- and medium-sized enterprises—access to finance being foremost. To overcome this, WASH-FIN Senegal is providing support to promote relationships between the SSPs and commercial banks.
The Sustainable Water and Sanitation in Africa (SUWASA) program was designed to improve access to safe, reliable, affordable, and sustainable water and sanitation services for unserved and underserved urban populations in sub-Sahara Africa.