Water fuels every aspect of life, from food security to energy production. With $52 million in Associate Awards potentially available from USAID Missions for its use, the Sustainable Water Partnership (SWP) Program aims to integrate crucial water issues into Mission programming to cultivate holistic development strategies. Funded by USAID and implemented by Winrock International, SWP provides sophisticated solutions to the water problems facing international communities. We work closely with Missions to customize activities that meet each community’s unique water needs. Working together, we can strengthen water security, improve public health and livelihoods, alleviate poverty, encourage economic growth and promote political stability in your region.
SWP is supported by a team of globally recognized partners — Tetra Tech, International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), Stockholm Environmental Institute (SEI), World Resources Institute (WRI), CEO Water Mandate and mWater — providing our beneficiaries with access to a wealth of technical expertise and field experience. With $13 million in funding from USAID, our five-year activity has already completed an activity in Pakistan, and is currently implementing activities in Cambodia, Kenya and Tanzania, Nepal, and South Africa. Other priority countries for public-private partnership activities include Ethiopia, India, Indonesia, Malawi, Mozambique, Nigeria, Peru, the Philippines, Uganda, Vietnam and Zambia.