PAI, WaterAid Release Report On Impact Of Mexico City Policy On WASH Sector

PAI: How the Expanded Global Gag Rule Affects Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
This report, coauthored by WaterAid and PAI, discusses the ways in which the expanded Mexico City policy affects Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) efforts, noting, “WASH programs have an unusual funding structure within the U.S. government, in that funding is split across multiple accounts and agencies — some which are subject to [the policy] and some which are not.” This report provides an overview of how the policy might affect the WASH sector (6/4).

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