Sound governance is essential to achieving water security. USAID seeks improvements in water governance and financing by promoting best practices that strengthen WASH service provision and countries’ transition away from donor assistance. This collection page features a variety of technical, multimedia, and learning resources emphasizing the key role that good governance plays in improving water security at the community, state, and national levels.
For more information on USAID/water's work in this area, visit Globalwaters.org's Governance & Finance page.
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Technical BriefPublished:This brief is part of USAID 's Water and Development Technical Series, which provides guidance…Keywords:USAID
Case StudiesPublished:AMCOW and WALIS have developed the Lessons Learned Series, which examines emerging experiences,…
Global Waters ArticlePublished:Burkina Faso and Niger have some of the lowest rates of access to safe water and sanitation in the…Keywords:
Global Waters ArticlePublished:Imagine a river basin — the rivers, tributaries, creeks, and wetlands that gather water and deliver…Keywords:
Global Waters ArticlePublished:A changing climate is forcing a reckoning across the Philippines — a sprawling island nation spread…Keywords:
ReportPublished:The current global pandemic COVID-19 and its impact on the world’s economies is irrefutable proof…
BlogPublished:The COVID-19 pandemic has undeniably raised awareness of the water and sanitation crisis in many of…
ReportPosted: 23 Feb 2021Globally there are many challenges to achieving Sustainable Developent Goal (SDG) targets focusing…Keywords: