1. Primary project: The World Bank’s Water Scarce Cities Initiative
The Water Scarce Cities Initiative aims to bolster the adoption of integrated approaches to managing water resources and service delivery in water scarce cities as the basis for water security and climate resilience. The initiative brings together experts and representatives from the U.S. Southwest to inform Middle East North African (MENA) cities in pioneering advanced urban water management approaches and shaping current global thinking on these issues.
2. Secondary project: The Governance of Water User Committees in Mpoma, Uganda
GlobeMed supports local non-profits and government agencies in implementing a Water, Access, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) Program across the region of Mpoma, Uganda. This project evaluates the effectiveness of water user committees (WUCs) in ensuring the success of WASH programming, and particularly assesses the role of women leaders in WUCs and village power dynamics
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