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Videos

The USAID Water Team has a large collection of water related videos across a broad variety of topics within the water sector.  

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Photo Essays

The story of water is sometimes told most effectively through photography. Scroll through our collection of photo essays from USAID and Global Waters magazine to see how USAID and local partners are helping communities around the world achieve a healthier and more water-secure future.

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Multimedia

Browse our extensive collection of water and sanitation-themed multimedia resources, including infographics, photo essays, podcasts, videos, and more.

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Global Waters Stories

Global Waters tells the story of USAID’s water-related efforts around the globe. These in-depth articles explore solutions to local as well as global water challenges and provide first-hand accounts from stakeholders and beneficiaries.

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Global Waters Radio

Global Waters Radio is a podcast series produced by the Water Team at the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). The series offers listeners insights from USAID officials, development partners, thought leaders and experts from across the water sector as they discuss current USAID water programming and cutting-edge research from around the world.

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Blog

The Globalwaters.org blog is your source for the latest water-related research, USAID water and sanitation programming information, news about upcoming conferences, events, and online courses, and links highlighting the extensive and growing collection of technical resources and learning materials now available on Globalwaters.org.

Interested in contributing a blog post? Check out our submission guidelines for more information.

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Viable Support to Transition and Stability

Building on over 10 years of SWIFT II and III experience in Sudan and now South Sudan, AECOM provides the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) with a fast and flexible mechanism for responding to the complex and fluid political situation in South Sudan. VISTAS’ goal is to mitigate the further spread of communal violence and rising tensions in critical areas where local level conflict may have national implications.