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Foreign Assistance: Briefing on U.S. International Water-Related Assistance
David Gootnick (au)
To improve health and the quality of life in developing countries, the U.S. and many other countries, as well as numerous organizations, have provided water-related assistance for decades. In 2005, Congress passed the Senator Paul Simon Water for the Poor Act to make access to safe water and sanitation for developing countries a specific U.S. foreign assistance policy objective. The U.S. has provided water-related assistance in four sectors: (1) water supply, sanitation, and hygiene; (2) water resources management; (3) water productivity; and (4) disaster risk reduction. This briefing presents observations regarding: (1) U.S. agencies' funding for international water-related assistance and the extent to which the agencies complied with congressional spending requirements; (2) roles and responsibilities of U.S. agencies providing international water-related assistance; (3) U.S. agencies' staffing to provide international water-related assistance; and (4) coordination and collaboration among U.S. agencies on international water-related assistance. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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