Water II IQC Programs
Begun in 2006, the WaTERS Program provided research, analysis, writing, obligations tracking, strategic planning and knowledge management to the Water Team in support of USAID's water project portfolio. The Water Sector Communication and Knowledge Management Program (WS/CKM) is a follow-on task order that builds upon the successes of the WaTERS Program.
Learn more about this program here.
The USAID-funded Armenia Clean Energy and Water Program (CEW) was awarded to ME&A in September 2011. This program is introducing an integrated approach to sustainable energy and water management in Armenia. To learn more about CEW, click here.
Funded by USAID, the Tajikistan Safe Drinking Water Project (TSDWP) provided water infrastructure, related health education, and training and development of new POU strategies for safe drinking water in rural communities in Tajikistan. Learn more about this project here.
This evaluation assessed USAID's Water Users Association Support Program (WUASP) and prepared a program design for a new water management activity in Tajikistan. Learn more about this project here.
This assessment provided USAID with a comprehensive analysis of Lebanon's water and wastewater sectors, and developed both short and long term developmental pathway options to improve the sectors. Lean more about this project here.
USAID's Global Waters Magazine
ME&A is proud to publish USAID's Global Waters magazine, a quarterly online publication devoted to the Agency's Water Initiatives across the globe.
View the latest edition here.
ME&A specializes in developing and implementing programs in Local Economic Development. Learn more about ME&A's LED Center here