March 2017
Treating Wastewater as a Resource
In celebration of World Water Day, USAID invites you to travel around the world in this photo essay to see how its wastewater programming is helping improve sanitation access, increase water security, drive job creation, and create healthier, more livable communities for millions of people. Read More
Open Defecation vs. Community Toilets: A Complicated Choice
USAID/India and its partner Centre for Urban and Regional Excellence are studying why open defecation persists in the slums of Delhi even when community toilets are available.  Read More
Reaching Ghana’s Sanitation Goals: Motivation Meets Innovation
WASH for Health has introduced promising technologies and approaches to behavior change to improve sanitation coverage and tackle persistent cholera outbreaks in Ghana.  Read More
WASH is a Key Ingredient in Tackling Poverty in Kenya
 
Working to improve the lives and health of one million Kenyans, KIWASH focuses on the development and management of sustainable WASH services and increased access to irrigation and nutrition services. Read More
USAID/Ghana's Emmanuel Odotei Talks to Global Waters about WASH Innovations in Ghana   
In this podcast WASH Project Management Specialist Emmanuel Odotei discusses WASH for Health's innovations to increase water supply and sanitation coverage. Read More
India: Pioneer of Municipal Finance Photo Essay

Though access to water has steadily increased in India over the past several decades, 5 percent of the population, or 75 million people, still lack access to clean and affordable water—the most in any country in the world. Read More
Wilfred's Leap of Faith: A Community in Malawi Builds Resilience One Drop at a Time      
Six years after USAID introduced irrigation to Wilfred's village in Malawi he and his community are able to cultivate more in spite of droughts. Read More
Global Waters tells the story of USAID’s water-related efforts around the globe. The magazine features in-depth articles exploring solutions to local as well as global water challenges, opinion pieces by top development professionals, and first-hand accounts from stakeholders and beneficiaries.