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Announcement

Rural Water Supply Network Series 2020

RWSN Webinar Series: Human Right to Water - Achievable by 2030?

This series of webinars will focus on “Human Right to Water - Achievable by 2030?” and will run every Tuesday from April 14th, 2020 until June 23rd, 2020, in English, French and Spanish.

Resource Collection

Research

Research is a key component in helping to design, implement, and assess the success of global development activities. This collection contains research and learning from the water, sanitation, and hygiene sectors. It includes USAID-funded research as well as that of other development organizations.

Webinar

Big Data for Water Security: Scalable Geospatiotemporal Data Integration & Systems

This series is part of the training sessions created by the partners of the Big Data Analytics and Transboundary Water Collaboration for Southern Africa. These partners include: USAID's Sustainable Water Partnership, the South African Department of Science and Innovation, the Groundwater Management Institute of the Southern African Development Community, the Water Research Commission of South Africa, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), and IBM Research-Africa.

Resource Collection

Datasets

Globalwaters.org's growing collection of both USAID and non-USAID produced datasets provide statistics of interest to water development practitioners.

Event

6th International Symposium on Knowledge and Capacity for the Water Sector, The Delft, Netherlands

The 6th International Symposium on Knowledge and Capacity Development: From Capacity Development to Implementation Science will bring together scholars, decision-makers and practitioners to discuss the current and future role of capacity development within policy, operational practice and education. As in previous years, the event will act as a catalyst to build commitment among participants, leading to future action and collaboration.

Water Currents

Water Currents: WASH & Mobile Technologies

Mobile devices, technologies, and services have the potential to improve service delivery to remote populations and the bottom line for water and sanitation service providers. In addition to monitoring how water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) systems function, mobile technologies can be used to deliver financing and payment solutions, to collect reliable data on usage and operations, and to identify gaps and inform policy decisions.