• Fact Sheet
    USAID WASHPaLS #2 seeks to enhance global learning and adoption of the evidence-based development programming needed to achieve the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal #6.
  • Event
    The UNC Water Institute hosts an annual conference intended to  inform the way the world works on water, sanitation and hygiene issues by generating the evidence that drives improvements in both practice and policy.
  • Central Program
  • Fact Sheet
    This fact sheet provides context for the Urban Resilience by Building Partnerships and Applying New evidence in WASH (URBAN WASH) project, a five-year (2021–2026) project that will generate evidence to promote impactful, sustainable, equitable and
  • Blog
    You want to keep your period a secret so that people do not discuss or gossip about you and people start looking at you funnily. — Textile manufacturing employee, Kenya
  • Brief
    Approximately 500 million people worldwide face barriers to managing their menstruation in a safe, healthy and dignified manner; these challenges are most acute in the low- and middle-income countries in which USAID works.
  • Blog
    USAID is committed to ensuring all menstruators can safely engage in all facets of their lives with dignity and confidence.
  • Intl Campaign Day
    Menstrual Hygiene Day, recognized annually on May 28, is a global advocacy day that brings together the voices and actions of non-profits, government agencies, individuals, the private sector and the media to promote good
  • Blog
    In Uganda, the Rotary-USAID partnership is, among other things, helping schools offer all their students adequate sanitation and hygiene facilities by constructing
  • Blog
    When Hammidah Nattabi started to menstruate at age 13 while attending Ndoddo Church of Uganda Primary School, she did not know what to do and eventually turned to tell her mother.