Continuing Our Mission During COVID-19

  March 30, 2020

Friends,  First, on behalf of all of us at Environmental Incentives, we... Read more » Continue Reading

What are collective action approaches anyway?

  November 20, 2019     


By Laura R. Brunson (Millennium Water Alliance), Shawn Peabody (Environmental Incentives), Daniel... Read more » Continue Reading

Getting Women in the Room: Lessons in Gender and WASH

  October 30, 2018     


What does it mean for a project to be “sustainable”? Most fundamentally,... Read more » Continue Reading

Sustainable WASH Systems Learning Partnership Fact Sheet

  November 22, 2017

The Sustainable WASH Systems Learning Partnership (SWS) is a global U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) cooperative agreement with the University of Colorado Boulder (UCB) and a consortium of nine partners. It is aimed at developing, demonstrating, learning about, and sharing evidence on systems change approaches in order to improve the sustainability of WASH services and to demonstrate the ways in which such approaches can be incorporated effectively into future WASH sector activities. As the learning partner, Environmental Incentives supports consortium members to test systems-strengthening actions.

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