Global Waters Radio Podcasts - Now Available on iTunes and Google Play and More

Salamatu Garba, a Nigerian water expert and women’s rights advocate, is one of the many newsmakers to be featured in a Global Waters Radio podcast since the series’ launch on World Water Day 2016. Photo credit: Salamatu Garba

Global Waters Radio is a podcast series that takes listeners around the world to hear how USAID-supported water and sanitation improvements are creating healthier communities and laying the foundation for sustainable economic development.

Now you can stream the latest podcasts from Global Waters Radio on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and TuneIn and hear first-hand commentary from researchers, development practitioners, and USAID experts who share personal reflections from the field, programming insights, best practices, and lessons learned. Interested in finding out how solar-powered desalination in rural India is helping farmers more efficiently manage irrigation water? Or learning about the role that community-led total sanitation played in stabilizing Liberia during its recent Ebola crisis? Global Waters Radio has got you covered.

If you like what you hear, hit subscribe to get future episodes delivered directly to your phone or inbox. You can also easily share your favorite podcasts via email or social media.

Click below to hear what you may have missed!

 

By Russell Sticklor, Senior Communications Specialist for the USAID/E3 Bureau Water Office’s Water CKM Project

Blog
Publication Date: 
4 Jun 2018
Author: 

Russell Sticklor

Produced By: 
Water CKM Project
Population Focus: 
Urban
Peri-Urban
Rural
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