This position is located in the Washington, DC commuting area in the Bureau for Development, Democracy, and Innovation; Center for Environment, Energy, and Infrastructure (DDI/EEI), within the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID).
Climate change worsens familiar challenges to water and sanitation services, including limited access and poor infrastructure. Innovative approaches, such as games to inform sanitation enterprise development, have the potential to catalyze local solutions for sanitation.
To better understand how to design and implement sustainable climate information services models within African NMHSs, USAID funded the Assessing Sustainability and Effectiveness of Climate Information Services in Africa (Sustainable CIS) project.
This factsheet provides information on the C40 Cities Finance Facility (CFF), a broad program to help cities in developing countries finance infrastructure projects that will reduce greenhouse gas emissions and withstand environmental impacts.