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Market Transitions to Enable New Growth Opportunities

Market Transitions to Enable New Growth Opportunities (MTENGO)

The USDA-funded Market Transitions to Enable New Growth Opportunities (MTENGO) project uses a farmer-first approach grounded in market incentives to increase resource-efficient, reliable agricultural production in Malawi in the face of climate unpredictability. MTENGO, which means both “value” and “foundation” in Chichewa, a language spoken in Malawi, enables farmers to adopt climate smart agriculture and […]
Improved Access to Safe Drinking Water in Liberia

Improved Access to Safe Drinking Water in Liberia

In partnership with WaterAid and FEI Consulting, Winrock will use a phased capacity-building approach to empower and incentivize LGIs and WSPs to collaborate to improve and expand equitable and sustainable pay-for-use water services. This approach is built on a foundation of transparency, accountability, inclusivity, and continuous improvement through use of data and evidence for informed […]
USAID Upper Lempa Watershed Project

USAID Upper Lempa Watershed Project

The USAID Upper Lempa Watershed Project will improve the health and resilience of the Upper Lempa watershed, directly impacting the well-being and water security of 180,000 people in nine municipalities in El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras, setting the foundation for water resources management essential to millions of people who depend on the Lempa River and […]

Building Responsibility for the Delivery of Government Services (BRIDGE)

The U.S.-brokered 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement between Sudan and Southern Sudan provided for a referendum on secession in 2011, ushering in an era of promise that began officially on July 9, 2011, Independence Day for the new Republic of South Sudan. Before and after independence, Winrock worked with South Sudanese leaders and communities to begin…

Central Asia Water User Associations Support Program (WUASP)

Between 2004 and 2011, the USAID Water User Associations Support Program (WUASP) assisted 110 Water User Associations (WUAs) in Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan to develop the skills and capabilities to effectively plan, maintain and manage water systems in the unique terrain and hydrology of central Asia.Through intensive training in democratic organization governance, business and…

TerresEauVie / RISE II Water Security and Resilience Activity

Led by Winrock’s Sustainable Water Partnership, the USAID Water Security & Resilience activity will enhance social and ecological risk management systems in Africa’s Sahel region through three components: improved water security, enhanced sustainable productive land use, and improved management of shocks, risks and stresses. The activity will improve the availability of, access to, and safe…

Safaa Pani

Winrock International is supporting USAID Nepal and the Social Empowerment and Building Accessibility Center (SEBAC) by providing quality assurance and quality control to the ongoing construction of water schemes in Nepal. In addition to assessing more than one hundred water schemes for construction quality and environmental risks, Winrock will provide capacity-building training sessions for local…

Kenya Smallholder Solar Irrigation Project (KSSI)

In rural Kenya, solar water pumps (SWPs) can help smallholder farmers save on fuel costs, increase acreage, and grow more than one crop a year. However, many farmers don’t know about these benefits or lack credit options to purchase their own SWPs. The USAID-funded Kenya Smallholder Solar Irrigation project (KSSI) works to accelerate commercial sales […]

Sustainable Water Partnership (SWP)

The Sustainable Water Partnership (SWP) is a five-year, Leader with Associates cooperative agreement that supported U.S. Agency for International Development’s (USAID) thought leadership, innovation and action in global water security. SWP was implemented by Winrock International and its partners Tetra Tech, Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), World Resources […]

P4P Water Quality

Pay for performance (or P4P) isn’t just a way to incentivize sales professionals. Winrock has spearheaded approaches that financially reward farmers for reducing the amount of phosphorous that makes its way into rivers and lakes. Though phosphorous in fertilizer and manure helps crops grow, its runoff from fields also creates harmful dead zones and causes…
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