• Water Currents
    This second special issue of Water Currents contains links to recent key websites as well as studies and reports that discuss the water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH)–related aspects of COVID-19 and updates the March 26, 2020, 
  • Water Currents
    The provision of safe water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) is recognized as both a key intervention and a necessary component for the prevention and provision of care for all neglected tropical diseases.
  • Project
    The Protect Wildlife activity supports initiatives to align conservation policy with on-the-ground wildlife management actions and enforcement.
  • Announcement
    Join IRC WASH and PSI on November 19, 2019 for a special performance of "How the Potty Trained Us" by Shawn Shafner of The Poop Project.
  • Blog
    Every fall the University of North Carolina’s Water and Health “Where Science Meets Policy” Conference brings together leading water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) researchers to jump start the conversation of how their latest findings should be
  • Water Currents
    Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) occurs when microorganisms such as bacteria or virus change to resist the action of antimicrobials (e.g., antibiotics).
  • Evaluation
    USAID)Ethiopia designed the Strengthening Ethiopia’s Urban Health (SEUH) Activity to support the Government of Ethiopia’s Urban Health Extension Program (UHEP) by improving the quality of urban health services, strengthening referral l
  • Water Currents
    The U.S.
  • Video
    The USAID Water Office created this video to help celebrate Earth Day 2019.  Learn more: https://www.earthday.org
  • Conference
    The Water and Health Conference: Where Science Meets Policy will take place October 7–12, 2019, at the University of North Carolina (UNC)-Chapel Hill. The UNC Water Institute’s annual event has grown to become one of the most important annual gatherings in the water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) sector held in the United States.