As we celebrate Menstrual Hygiene Day this May 28, USAID Senior Gender Advisor Sylvia Cabus reflects on a recent trip to Malawi to explore how the She's SMART project uses the farmer field school approach as a forum to discuss and address the taboos, traditional beliefs, and practices related to menstruation.
The 2015 earthquake in Nepal destroyed water and sanitation infrastructure in hundreds of communities, including Dharapani Village. USAID is working to restore safe water access in these water-scarce communities.
Kakamega County—Kenya's second-most populated county—set an ambitious goal to sustainably connect more customers to local water utilities, particularly in its rural areas. USAID is partnering with local governments to make it happen.
In the latest from Global Waters Radio, Water, Sanitation & Hygiene Partnerships and Learning (WASHPaLS) Deputy Director Jeff Albert and USAID's Jesse Shapiro discuss how WASHPaLS conducts research and learning activities that are both globally and locally relevant to WASH sector stakeholders.
USAID's Nexos Locales project launched a water metering and billing app to provide citizens with a transparent, effective way to pay their water bills. This new water billing process increases transparency, reduces administrative costs and reading errors, while streamlining services.