This toolkit, originally produced on Adobe Spark for Menstrual Hygiene Day 2019, contains key menstrual hygiene facts and messages; easily shareable social media content, including pictograms, tweets, and Facebook posts; and curated links to
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.
Through site visits and interviews with women seafood processors and key stakeholders, Business Drivers for Food Safety (BD4FS), a USAID-funded project implemented by Food Enterprise Solutions, discovered that processing sites are at high risk of
Women’s involvement in the WASH sector have multiple effects, such as increasing equity by creating economic opportunity, bringing value chain efficiency, addressing diverse needs through increasing equal participation in decision-making processes
Integrated WASH Response and Prevention of Gender-Based Violence (Integrated WASH-GBV) works directly with communities to improve access to safe water and sanitation and raise knowledge around hygiene, sanitation, women’s leadership, and GBV
USAID recently posted the Request for Public Comments on USAID’s 2020 Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment Policy. Public comments will be accepted from Wednesday, August 19, 2020 until Tuesday, August 25, 2020.