USAID Blog Examines Water Management Issues In The Middle East

The first three entries of a four-part series, titled “USAID in the Middle East,” have been published in the agency’s “IMPACTblog.” The first post discusses the use of data to improve water management in the region (Harris, 3/20). The second post looks at the use of the Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWS NET) “to monitor and predict developments that affect food security” (Harris, 3/22). The third post examines USAID’s support for Egypt’s water sector, “including its water and wastewater utilities” (Harris, 3/23).

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