This report identifies major global gaps in WASH services: for example, one third of health care facilities do not have what is needed to clean hands where care is provided; one in four facilities have no water services; and 10% have no sanit
Today, USAID is releasing its first-ever “Water for the World Implementation Research Agenda”—a key component of our effort to expand the evidence base for effective water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) programming and ensure sustainable progress
USAID prioritizes extending water and sanitation services to the world’s most vulnerable communities. Every year the Agency undertakes a thorough assessment to determine which countries would benefit most from its investments.
In Ethiopia, USAID’s Sustainable WASH Systems Learning Partnership (SWS) is using organizational network analysis (ONA) to measure change over time in the relationships and network structure of WASH actors in four separate locations.
Endemic issues of sustainability in the water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) sector have led to the rapid expansion of ‘system approaches’ for assessing the multitude of interconnected factors that affect WASH outcomes.