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.

17 Apr 2019 | Tashkent Times

Gary Robbins, USAID Country Director for Uzbekistan, stated that “In a region where shared water resources are scarce, it is important for policy makers to make informed...

17 Apr 2019 |

The new wells and water storage system, as well as solar panels to provide energy to the wells, are components of the USAID-funded Ebola Transmission Prevention and...

17 Apr 2019 | SWFF

In Kenya, strange-looking small pipes—some vertical, others horizontal—have leafy vegetables protruding from holes with trickles of water flowing through. This simple...

17 Apr 2019 | Sustainable Water Partnership

The USAID-funded Sustainable Water Partnership has embarked on a four-year, cross-sectoral effort to ensure water security in one area of the country.

10 Apr 2019 | USAID India

USAID partners develop methods to make clean water available at a low cost. Partners establish clean water kiosks and train community members in how to turn the kiosks...

10 Apr 2019 | New Security Beat

"Feeding a Thirsty World: Harnessing the Connections Between Food and Water Security,” was a recent event sponsored by the Wilson Center, Winrock International, the...

10 Apr 2019 | USAID Vietnam

USAID's Vietnam Local Works for Environmental Health activity addresses water pollution issues in Thanh Hoa and Ha Nam provinces, with best practices to be replicated...

29 Mar 2019 | DIPNote

On March 21, in celebration of International Women’s Day, Women’s History Month, and World Water Day, a score of powerful innovators came together at the “Call to Action...

28 Mar 2019 | PM News

The Niger State Government recently inaugurated the WASH Customer Forum (WCF) to improve urban water supply. The WCF is under USAID and Nigeria Effective Water,...