The Municipal Waste Recycling Program (MWRP) is a $14 million, five-year, USAID-funded initiative to address the global problem of ocean plastic pollution, with a focus on Asia. Funded under the Making Cities Work IDIQ, this program provides grants and technical assistance to support promising municipal waste recycling efforts, evaluates effectiveness, and makes recommendations for future …
Environment, WASH, and Health Project
The WASH Coordination Project (WCP) is a two-year, USAID-funded initiative, targeting urban challenges in the Nigerian States of Kaduna and Bauchi, where water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) service gaps remain acute and where government officials have demonstrated a firm commitment to sector improvements. Funded under the Making Cities Work IDIQ, the Project focuses on improving …
GPIMG focuses on supporting city leadership and community-based partnerships to develop inclusive urban policies so that more and better resources reach the urban poor.
Sustainable Water and Sanitation in Africa (SUWASA) – Under USAID’s Water II IQC, SUWASA aims to promote innovative reforms and sustainable financing for water and sanitation.
The USAID-funded Kenya Integrated Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (KIWASH) Project aims to enhance the lives of more than 1 million Kenyans through access to improved sustainable water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) services. The KIWASH Project promotes the scale-up of market-based WASH service delivery models. As a subcontractor to DAI, DIG is assessing and strengthening the …
The focus of the Urbis program included slum improvement, provision of basic services (water and sanitation), land tenure regularization, and financing for the urban poor, with advocacy as a cross-cutting theme.
Under USAID’s Collaborative Support for Health (CSH) Systems Strengthening program in Liberia, DIG provided direct support to Liberia’s Ministry of Public Works (MPW) to strengthen the Ministry’s capacity to manage water supply infrastructure improvements and deliver technical assistance to help achieve the goal of USAID’s CSH Program: improve the health status of Liberians.
DIG assessed the fecal sludge management market by examining the demand for services among the poor and their ability to pay, as well as the availability and quality of the services offered.
DIG contributed to LMWP by conducting a comprehensive socioeconomic market assessment in the project cities, which included designing and overseeing the survey and analyzing the results to inform the design of the water system.
DIG conducted a rapid landscape analysis, facilitated a workshop, and identified key gaps and opportunities in the fecal sludge management value chain.