• Social Media
    This toolkit, originally produced on Adobe Spark for World Water Day 2020, contains key water, sanitation, and hygiene facts and messages; easily shareable social media content, including pictograms, tweets, and Facebook posts; and curated li
  • Social Media
    This toolkit, originally produced on Adobe Spark for World Water Day 2019, contains key water, sanitation, and hygiene facts and messages; easily shareable social media content, including pictograms, tweets, and Facebook posts; and curated li
  • Video
    In emerging markets, there is a significant gap in access to water and sanitation services. Mobile technology, with its almost ubiquitous presence and coverage is uniquely placed to help address this problem.
  • Blog
    USAID’s Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Finance (WASH-FIN) program is designed to facilitate leveraging upwards of $200 million from non-traditional financing sources in Africa and Asia,
  • Water Currents
    Policymakers, researchers, and private sector representatives from around the world will soon gather in Stockholm for World Water Week, where they will be discussing local and global efforts to strengthen water security in a changing world.
  • Conference
    The Stockholm International Water Institute brings together experts, policymakers, development practitioners, entrepreneurs, and more every August for World Water Week events, knowledge sharing, and networking.
  • Blog
    It’s 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, August 31, in Stockholm, Sweden. For five days now, the halls of the Stockholm City Conference Centre have been humming with the impassioned discussions of more than 3,200 water experts, decision-makers, private sector representatives and thought leaders. They’ve gathered here from over 130 countries for World Water Week, the largest annual conference of its kind in the world. Here at the end of the week, amid hundreds of panels, presentations and plenaries, the Sustainable Water Partnership (SWP) is hoping to make a splash.
  • Blog
    SWP’s Liz Kendall looks back on World Water Week.
  • Blog
    New research demonstrates that improving a woman’s access to water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) provides a multitude of indirect and positive impacts that often are overlooked in traditional development interventions.
  • Blog
    More than 3,000 practitioners and decision-makers gathered in Stockholm, Sweden, at the end of August 2018 for World Water Week.