Kenya: Supporting Financing Initiatives for Water Utilities (Photo Essay)

The USAID Development Credit Authority published this photo essay on It describes how public-private parternships have increased financing for water utilities in Kenya, and how technical assistance has been invested in improved infrastructure to increase access to water.


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Senegal is among the few African countries with a WASH institutional framework that has made considerable progress in expanding WASH services, achieved, in large part, by fully embracing private sector participation.


Snapshot from Stockholm: Tapping Capital Markets to Fund WASH Services

This is the third in a series of blogs in which participants provide a recap of their Stockholm World Water Week event.

Safe water and sanitation are crucial for human health and economies. But how do we pay for these essential services and unlock new sources of funding? This question was at the forefront of topics at Stockholm World Water Week 2017, an annual gathering of more than 3,000 doers and thinkers in the water sector.