Micro, small and medium-sized enterprises play a crucial role across the water and sanitation value chain. They need innovative financing solutions to help millions of people obtain clean water and decent sanitation.
A sanitation campaign in the Lao People’s Democratic Republic reveals that reducing open defecation has unexpected benefits across households and communities.
Market-based mechanisms could address the alarming scarcity of groundwater in developing countries.
Groundwater conservation is a key part of managing water resources. A renewed focus is needed on the protection of this valuable resource.
Groundwater affects the lives of everyone. Preserving and protecting it is vital to Asia’s cities and the people who live there.
A wide range of innovative digital technologies can improve the efficiency and resilience of water services.
Malnutrition in Indonesia, as in many countries, is a complex issue, with perplexing coexistence of undernourishment and obesity in populations. Three ongoing studies are revealing how to improve the situation.
To restore healthy aquifer systems, we need to carefully monitor and manage extraction, and recharge with surface water when available.
Developing countries should consider the water, food, energy nexus – which addresses the interconnection between the three vital resources – when undertaking development activities.
On World Toilet Day, a marketing campaign in Viet Nam sheds light on what makes civil society organizations effective partners for development projects