This four-part webinar series will demonstrate recent and innovative advances in approaches to operation and maintenance (O&M) of water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) infrastructure in developing countries by USAID partners and allied organiza
The IWED Ghana program worked with Ghana’s Ministry of Sanitation and Water Resources (MSWR) to: develop and implement standard WASH data collection, management and reporting from the local to national level; build the capacity of WASH sector stak
The Limpopo River basin is one of the most vulnerable transboundary basins in the Southern African region, because of water scarcity and climate-related risks, as well as in its limited capacity to adapt.
The goal of the Irrigation and Watershed Management Program (IWMP) is to expand and enhance Afghan government and community-level capacity to manage water resources to improve agricultural production and productivity.
The Middle East and North Africa Water Center Network (MENA WCN) will link technical institutions across the region to work together and with outside counterpart institutions on critical water challenges.
Surrounded by water, the Philippines is especially vulnerable to climate change. Its islands and its people are enduring increasingly unpredictable rains, intensifying cycles of flood and drought, and strengthening storms forming in the Pacific.
The following report is the result of the findings of a mission to Jordan by the independent external evaluation team commissioned by Mendez England & Associates (ME&A) on behalf of the United States Agency for International Development (U