Collaborating, learning, and adapting (CLA) are critical to effective and efficient water security, sanitation, and hygiene programming and strategy at USAID and among its partner governments, donors, and implementing partners.
The USAID/WASHPaLS Scaling Market-Based Sanitation: Desk Review on Market-Based Rural Sanitation Development Programs (2018) highlighted the barriers sanitation markets face to scale, and identified some remedial interventions at the three levels
Jim Barnhart, Assistant to the Administrator in the Bureau for Resilience and Food Security, shares perspectives on the Over the Horizon strategy in this Circle of Blue article on the response to a COVID-altered world.
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
The Water and Development Indicator Handbook presents the set of performance monitoring indicators used to measure progress against the United States (U.S.) Government Global Water Strategy and United States Agency for International Development’s