This webinar will examine the value of water (from both the perspective of the challenges faced in the region and what the Resilient Waters Program is doing to address these challenges) at the transboundary, national, and community levels.
USAID’s Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Finance (WASH-FIN) Southern Africa program, which started in July 2017, is a multi-year activity intended to reduce financing gaps to support universal access to water and sanitation services through sustainab
To reach universal access to sanitation by 2030, national and municipal governments, development partners, local financial institutions, and other stakeholders must work together to close the financing gap between the current government budget and
In East Africa only 10 percent of fecal sludge is safely treated, and the problem worsening with increased urbanization and population growth. Despite the need, new treatment facilities are not coming online quickly.
Because sanitation uptake continues to lag behind drinking water in terms of access gains, development practitioners are taking a closer look at what has and hasn’t worked in the past, modifying approaches that delivered early wins but