H.R. 3658 Support Surges, Now at 59 Co-sponsors

Washington, D.C. | June 28, 2012 While the Senate Foreign Relations Committee in June unanimously approved their version of the Sen. Paul Simon Water for the World Act, support for...
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SWA Steering Committee Election Underway

Washington, D.C. | June 25, 2012 We are taking applications from qualified candidates to serve as CSO representatives on SWA Steering Committee. The global Sanitation and Water for All Initiative...
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Senate Committee Approves Water for the World Act, Reports to Full Senate

Washington, D.C. | June 19, 201 The Senate Foreign Relations Committee approved S. 641, the Sen. Paul Simon Water for the World Act, and recommends its passage to the full...
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Senate Foreign Relations Committee to Consider S. 641 June 19

Washington, D.C. | June 14, 2012 The Sen. Paul Simon Water for the World Act (S. 641) will be on the markup schedule for the Senate Foreign Relations Committee when...
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H.R. 3658 Cosponsor Count Rises, Now at 42

Washington, D.C. | May 30, 2012 The House version of Water for the World reflects what the sector has learned in the seven years of implementation of the original Senator...
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MWA Hosts Learning Event in Kenya

May 2012 | Nairobi, Kenya More than 50 participants from across the development sector joined in day-long discussion hosted by MWA in Nairobi on May 8 to share lessons on...
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Senate Committee Approves $400 million for FY13

Washington, D.C. | May 23, 2012 Tremendous news from the Senate Appropriations Committee, which voted unanimously to recommend an $85 million increase in WASH funding for Fiscal Year 2013! Advocates...
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USAID Joins Global Water and Sanitation Partnership

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 20, 2012 Public Information: 202-712-4810 WASHINGTON, D.C. - Today, USAID Administrator Rajiv Shah announced that the U.S. Agency for International Development has joined the Sanitation...
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MWA-KP Brings PUR to Rage and Kutur

April 2012 - Kutur, Kenya The communities living in Rage and Kutur are nomadic pastoralists, with an estimated population of 150 households. For the past three years, the people have...
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