Global Waters Stories – March 2018

Photo Essay: World Water Day 2018: Unlocking Nature’s Potential to Create a Water-Secure World
Travel from Guatemala to Indonesia in our photo essay showcasing how USAID’s support for preserving natural ecosystems is bolstering public health and laying the foundation for a more water-secure world.

A Win-Win Approach to Biodiversity
Combining freshwater resource management with WASH activities in Uganda and South Africa may provide a winning formula in countries struggling to advance ecosystem and human health.

Kenya Shows How New Water Strategy Will Lead to Self-Reliance 
USAID's Jim Peters explains why he chose priority country Kenya for his first trip as Acting Global Water Coordinator in this feature story and companion podcast.

RESILIM: Addressing Water Shortages in Southern Africa
USAID is helping improve shared management of water resources in four countries along the Limpopo River through an innovative transboundary project.

#WaterSecureWorld Photo Contest Extended to March 30
Can you picture a water secure world? USAID has extended its deadline to submit photos that highlight the many people, places, and activities involved in its water-related work.



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