What’s New on Globalwaters.org? Stockholm Recap and More

What’s New on Globalwaters.org? Stockholm Recap and More. Global Waters, September 25, 2017.

USAID and its water sector partners spent the last week of August with other experts, practitioners, and policymakers at World Water Week in Stockholm. This year the Stockholm International Water Institute agenda focused on reducing and reusing water and waste in recognition of the vital roles that water use efficiency, wastewater treatment, conservation, and water recycling play in bolstering water security throughout the world.

Tapping capital markets to finance WASH investments. Photo Credit: Stockholm International Water Institute

Tapping capital markets to finance WASH investments. Photo Credit: Stockholm International Water Institute

In addition to presenting at eight different events on topics ranging from sewer connectivity and fecal sludge management in the Latin America and Caribbean region to building Africa’s leadership in sanitation, Agency representatives and partners took the time to observe, discuss, and provide highlights of their sessions and impressions of others. USAID’s Deputy Assistant Administrator and Acting Global Water Coordinator James Peters was on hand to provide opening remarks at five of those USAID sessions.

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