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Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Partnerships and Learning for Sustainability 2
Technological Innovations for Rural Water Supply in Low-Resource Settings
WASHPaLS #2 Factsheet
USAID WASHPaLS #2 seeks to enhance global learning and adoption of the evidence-based development programming needed to achi
An Audacious Plan to Deliver Safe, Reliable Water to All of Rural Benin… Profitably
Can an ambitious public-private partnership lead to the successful delegation of rural water supply management to small businesses for an entire country in sub-Saharan Africa? Benin offers a test case.
Area-wide Rural Sustainable Sanitation: Learning Event - Summary of Discussions
Since the international year of sanitation (IYS) in 2008, a range of rural sanitation and hygiene programs has been implemented.
The Impact of Pro-Poor Sanitation Subsidies in Open Defecation-Free Communities: A Randomized, Controlled Trial in Rural Ghana
According to the World Health Organization/United Nations International Children’s Fund Joint Monitoring Program, 494 million people practice open defecation globally.
Tax Exemptions: A Catalyst For Demand And Supply Of Plastic Sanitation Products
Ethiopia has made remarkable progress toward meeting its Sustainable Development Goal 6 commitments, going from just 11 percent rural sanitation coverage in 2000 to 71 percent in 2017.
A New Law, a Billion Dollar Loan Fund, and the Path to Better-run Water Utilities
As of 2020, Vietnam had the highest levels of rural water coverage among any country of comparable economic level, with coverage equivalent to countries with two to three times its per capita Gros
Keeping it REAL for the Future of Rural Water Services Delivery
Global Waters Article
Providing safe, reliable water supply to rural populations is among the most difficult challenges of international development.
Professionalizing Water Supply Management in the Remote Ethiopian Lowlands
The USAID Lowland WASH Activity is professionalizing community-based water supply management which generates cas