• 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
  • Global Waters Article
    In rural Burkina Faso, most people get their drinking water through boreholes, a narrow vertical shaft drilled into the ground. Women and girls are traditionally responsible for fetching water, often traveling for miles several times a week.
  • Blog
    Desplácese hacia abajo para encontrar la versión en español de este blog.
  • Global Waters Article
    Providing safe, reliable water supply to rural populations is among the most difficult challenges of international development.
  • Final Report
    USAID's Sustainable Water Partnership (SWP) is a mechanism that aligns with and integrates key United States Government foreign policy goals, as well as USAID strategic priorities unde
  • Learning Brief
    While the business case for investing in source water protection has become increasingly clearer, there are many hurdles that need to be addressed by basin and WASH managers, affected communities and the private sector, and local government offici
  • Video
    In Iraq, rising temperatures, reduced rainfall, and dropping water levels are all increasing the risk of drought and desertification. Growing water scarcity across the country threatens the health and livelihoods of at least seven million Iraqis.
  • Fact Sheet
    A hallmark of USAID's approach to water resource management is the use of science and data to inform local governments’ policies and plans to manage critical watersheds and develop water sources.
  • Activity
    Despite pockets of progress, Nepal’s water security, as measured by the metrics of equity, functionality, and ecosystem health, is among the weakest in Asia.
  • Activity
    Current water security challenges facing the Philippine archipelago include burgeoning populations, unsustainable land uses, and deficient wastewater services.