• Blog
    This blog post discusses key findings and lessons learned from an evaluation of the long-term sustainability of selected components from the USAID-funded Environmental Services Program (ESP) in Indonesia. The program was implemented from 2004–2010 and included capacity-building efforts to improve financing and management of Indonesian municipal water utilities.
  • Report
    The COVID-19 pandemic brought many countries, including Nepal, to a standstill. The Government of Nepal announced a nationwide lockdown starting March 24, 2020 to curb the spread of the pandemic.
  • Brief
    USAID’s Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Finance (WASH-FIN) Southern Africa program, which started in July 2017, is a multi-year activity intended to reduce financing gaps to support universal access to water and sanitation services through sustainab
  • Fact Sheet
    Through Water for the World, USAID increases access to sustainable water and sanitation services, promotes key hygiene behaviors, and enhances the effective management of water resources in developing countries.
  • Brief
    USAID’s Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Finance (WASH-FIN) Kenya program, which started in April 2017, is working to support closing the financing gap between the currently available government budget and the total investment needed to reach univers
  • Brief
    To reach universal access to sanitation by 2030, national and municipal governments, development partners, local financial institutions, and other stakeholders must work together to close the financing gap between the current government budget and
  • Global Waters
    Changing Perceptions around Menstrual Hygiene
  • Global Waters
    Five Ways USAID is Helping Thirsty Cities
  • Blog
    Water utilities and smaller water service providers throughout sub-Saharan Africa are under great financial strain as they juggle COVID-19 mandates to expand services at a time when revenue has plummeted.
  • Overview
    Published August 2017. The second evaluation in the series examines the sustainability of water utility capacity building, microcredit, and financial outcomes associated with the ESP activity, which was implemented from 2004–2010.