In Africa, it is estimated that over half of the urban population lives in informal settlements, sometimes referred to as “slums.” Most informal settlements do not have access to basic city services such as piped water, sewer systems, or waste col
Developed by Princeton University, with support by USACE’s International Center for Integrated Water Resources Management and UNESCO’s Intergovernmental Hydrological Program, the African Flood and Drought Monitor (AFDM) provides daily rainfall, te
In this Challenge, the Gates Foundation seeks fundamentally transformative and innovative ideas to support the design and development of new menstrual hygiene products that meet key criteria of being responsive to user needs with priority focus on
This collection of tools includes practical guidance and “how-to” manuals for those designing, implementing, or assessing water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) activities, including USAID implementers and other WASH practitioners.
Meet Elizabeth Jordan a Water and Sanitation Advisor in the United States Agency for International Development’s Bureau for Food Security. Read on and learn more about her experience and advice for the next generation of wome