Working Together to Shape the Future Direction of Water Programming

Panelists discuss how their agencies will contribute to the new goals of the Global Water Strategy. Photo credit: Water CKM Project

In November 2017, the U.S. Government (USG) released the first-ever whole of government Global Water Strategy, the culmination of 17 government agencies working together to address the world’s most pressing water challenges through diplomacy, foreign assistance, science, and technology. The real work of making this vision a reality and coordinating the implementation of the Strategy at the USG level began Tuesday, March 13, at the “Reaching a Water Secure World: U.S. Global Water Strategy Workshop” hosted by USAID and the U.S. Department of State, in Washington, DC, and live streamed worldwide.

Read the full article in USAID's Global Waters magazine.