We work alongside local partners and service providers to overcome complex and inter-connected challenges to achieve lasting water security and sustainable access to safe water, sanitation, and hygiene for all. Through better governance, increased financing, improved evidence, and expanded private sector participation, Chemonics delivers catalytic change across the sector. Our wide range of institutional, capacity, and market development approaches expand and improve water and sanitation services with partners ranging from utility companies to pit-emptying services and hygiene micro-enterprises. Our emphasis on engagement and accountability increases access, leadership, and decision-making for everyone, especially women, youth, and under-served groups. Spanning every region where we work, Chemonics’ more than $300 million of water security, sanitation, and hygiene (WSSH) programming also supports our work strengthening health, economic growth, livelihoods, the environment, and climate resilience.
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Jordan National Water Internship Program
The Chemonics-implemented USAID Jordan Water Governance Activity is excited to support USAID's Jordan National Water Internship Program. The young interns of today are future experts who will lead the Kingdom’s efforts of tomorrow.
Applying Water Governance Principles to Reduce NRW in Jordan
This World Water Week 2023 session explores the key principles of water governance and and the importance of addressing non-revenue water (NRW) in the face of increasing water security concerns
Water Infrastructure Support
The Water Infrastructure Support and Enhancement for Lebanon (WISE-Lebanon) program transformed the quality of and accessibility to water for thousands of Lebanese citizens by improving service delivery from existing facilities.
Valuing Wastewater for New Solutions: Scaling Sustainable Faecal Sludge Management in South Africa
The changing value in wastewater and sludges has led to a rapid increase in technological innovations. This seminar will review several of the innovations taking place around the world to drive the value of wastewater.
WASH Successes and Failures, Improving from Both
This panel, presented by ROCKBlue, features a variety of experts - including Barbara Rossmiller, director of Chemonics' water and sustainable cities technical practice - discussing how to improve the efficacy of WASH interventions.
GLAAS Data Informing National Sanitation Strategies: Continuing the 2019 Conversation
This World Water Week 2022 session shares methodologies & tools for applying an evidenced-based approach to aligning donor-funded sanitation interventions with governmental mandates for resource protection & adaptation management.