The routine use of data in decision-making can dramatically improve the effectiveness of water service investments and accelerate progress toward the UN Sustainable Development Goals for water and sanitation.
The Mobile for Development Utilities Perspective is a quarterly publication that brings together and highlights insights from the GSMA's Mobile for Development Utilities Innovation Fund. This first issue explore the digitization of
The Kabul River Basin flows through eastern Afghanistan and northwestern Pakistan and is crucial to the livelihoods of millions of people for domestic water supplies, agriculture, power generation, and industry.
As part of its efforts to advance understanding about the effects and effectiveness of collaborating, learning, and adapting (CLA) in improving development outcomes, The USAID LEARN proect is conducting an in-depth review and comparison of two cas
This report identified three key trends in mobile-enabled water delivery that have been tested in a range of countries and have potential to scale. The report explores these in light of broader industry trends, as well as in-depth lessons collected from our grants and one-to-one interviews with entrepreneurs in the water sector.
For many low-income households in the developing world, incomes are highly variable and uncertain. High up-front costs combined with irregular incomes result in unequal access to water, sanitation, and irrigation.
Eawag worked collaboratively in the Compendium with the International Water Association (IWA) and the Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC) under the Urban Sanitation Initiative to foster innovation and dissemina