• Brief
    Approximately 500 million people worldwide face barriers to managing their menstruation in a safe, healthy and dignified manner; these challenges are most acute in the low- and middle-income countries in which USAID works.
  • Blog
    USAID is committed to ensuring all menstruators can safely engage in all facets of their lives with dignity and confidence.
  • Global Waters Article
    In rural Burkina Faso, most people get their drinking water through boreholes, a narrow vertical shaft drilled into the ground. Women and girls are traditionally responsible for fetching water, often traveling for miles several times a week.
  • Strategy and Guidance
    The WASHPaLs project conducted research in Nepal and Kenya to accomplish the following obje
  • Global Waters Article