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Building Climate Resilience in Water-Stressed Communities (CREST): Final Report
This document reports on the final outcomes of USAID’s Building Climate Resilience in Water-Stressed Communities (CREST) project.
New Data on the Horizon: USAID attends SWOT satellite launch
Climate-Resilient, Low Emissions Water Security and Sanitation: USAID Water and Development Series
This brief is part of USAID 's Water and Development Technical Series, which provides guidance on important topics for developing and implementing water and sani
Making the Invisible Visible: The Role of Water Resources Management in Delivering Sustainable Water Services
Water Resources Management: USAID Water and Development Series
This brief is part of USAID 's Water and Development Technical Series, which provides guidance on important topics for developing and implementing water and sanitation activities in support of
Building Resilience into a River Basin
Imagine a river basin — the rivers, tributaries, creeks, and wetlands that gather water and deliver it to the sea — as the vital network that all things, living and nonliving, are connected to and dependent upon.
USAID activities in Peru focus on building the country’s capacity to adapt to climate change and improve water security.
The Protect Wildlife activity supports initiatives to align conservation policy with on-the-ground wildlife management actions and enforcement.
World Toilet Day 2019: How The Potty Trained Us
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.
WASH Debates - Sustainable WASH Service Delivery in Fragile States: How Far Can You Get?
Specific objectives of this WASH Debate are to learn about the following: - Understand how WASH systems can be developed and strengthened in fragile contexts