USAID In the News

We scour global news sources to find the latest stories featuring USAID's work in the water sector (so you don't have to). Check in for weekly updates to this page or let us know if you have an item to share.

6 Jun 2019 | Chronicle

About 25 households the Gwanda District have benefited from a solar-powered garden that was established under the Amalima Programme. Amalima is a USAID-funded programme...

6 Jun 2019 | USAID

On March 30, 2019, USAID/Vietnam Mission Director Michael Greene and local provincial leaders launched four small-scale water supply systems in Ha Lam commune in Thanh...

30 May 2019 | Forbes

SWFF makes grants to social entrepreneurs around the world working to help farmers grow more food using less water, to enhance water storage or to improve the use of...

30 May 2019 | WASHfunders

The SATO pan is being marketed to sanitation businesses by Total Family Health Organisation (TFHO) and PSI with funding from USAID...

30 May 2019 | Agrilinks

To better understand and plan for future droughts in the region, SERVIR-Mekong approached the Vietnam Academy for Water Resources (VAWR) to develop a drought monitoring...

22 May 2019 | Agrilinks

“Based on a research project in Kenya with USAID, the Millennium Water Alliance and other partners, we are now applying our expertise in building decision support...

22 May 2019 | ClimateLinks

At the April Adaptation Community Meeting, a panel of experts highlighted lessons learned from three USAID-funded projects that are pursuing efforts to inform water...

16 May 2019 | OFDA

Trevor White is a Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) Advisor at USAID/OFDA. As part of the USAID/OFDA WASH team, Trevor provides support at the country level during...

16 May 2019 | USAID

“Thanks to the installation of the pump, students no longer go home to get water to drink. Moreover, now that we have water, we will plant trees in the school compound...