Women’s involvement in the WASH sector have multiple effects, such as increasing equity by creating economic opportunity, bringing value chain efficiency, addressing diverse needs through increasing equal participation in decision-making processes
Globally, governments have set ambitious targets for universal access to safe drinking water and improved sanitation by 2030. Yet, most water utilities struggle from under-investment resulting in poor service quality.
This collection of tools includes practical guidance and “how-to” manuals for those designing, implementing, or assessing water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) activities, including USAID implementers and other WASH practitioners.
The Urban Small Water Enterprise program addresses the challenge of providing safe water in urban slums by assessing the policy landscape around Small Water Enterprises (SWE), understanding the challenges and key drivers of success and p
While the Ebola crisis was at its peak in Liberia, a small group of water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) entrepreneurs helped in a significant way by repairing hand pumps in clinics and other health facilities in some of the country’s hardest-hit
The Strengthening Urban Resilience for Growth with Equity (SURGE) Project is a five-year, $47.8 million project, which fosters the development of conditions for broad-based, inclusive and resilient economic growth for a critical mass of cities and