While there are many indications that the enabling environment for safely managed WASH in Uganda is improving, high-risk practices (open defecation, lack of hand hygiene, use of surface water) persist in rural regions.
This report shares the success of the Sustainable Enterprise for Water and Health (SEWAH) program, which aims to supplement women’s traditional roles of carrying water on their heads by supporting women to own and operate local water stations.
The Women + Water Alliance empowered over 2.3 million people to improve their access to water and sanitation in India. How did they do it? By intentionally incorporating collaborating, learning, and adapting (CLA) into their programming.
Burkina Faso confirmed its first COVID-19 case on March 9, 2020.1 As of February 6, 2021, a total of 11,285 cases have been confirmed.2The USAID Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance (BHA)-funded Victory Against Malnutrition Plus (ViMPlus) activity r
The resource guide collates links to resources on topics including relationships between domestic animals and human health, pathogens from domestic animals and child health, child mouthing and soil ingestion, ‘Transformative’ WASH and OneHealth, W
Today we celebrate World Water Day under the theme Valuing Water. The timing is appropriate. Just recently, we somberly observed the one-year mark of the COVID-19 pandemic declaration, and I think we all feel the value of water more than ever.