Our 10-year commitment to improve water and sanitation services in communities, schools, and health centers complements the USAID WASH for Health program in 13 Ghanaian districts.
Together, we work with governments and communities to accelerate the development of sustainable WASH systems and promote mutual accountability. We empower communities to end open defecation and enhance their water supply systems. Partnering with adjacent schools and health facilities, we help improve water and sanitation infrastructure and plan for the future.
Population of Ghana
People with gained access to improved drinking water
People with gained access to improved sanitation services
Since 2019, the RI-USAID Partnership in Uganda aims to improve water and sanitation services in schools and healthcare centers and support improvements to national sanitation policy. Our partnership activities complement the USAID Uganda Sanitation for Health Activity.
Together, 11 Ugandan Rotary clubs and USAID Mission in Uganda are partnering to support 33 schools,18 health care centers and 9 local governments in improving water supply, sanitation and hygiene practices, including menstrual hygiene management.
Population of Uganda
Projected beneficiaries in schools
Projected beneficiaries in communities
From 2009 to 2013, Rotary and USAID collaborated on five large-scale projects to improve water supply and public hygiene, while strengthening urban wastewater treatment and fecal-sludge management systems.
Population of the Philippines (2018)
People with improved water supply and hygiene promotion
Estimated number of people with improved wastewater treatment services
The Rotary and USAID Partnership in the Dominican Republic aimed to improve water treatment and safe water storage in communities located in both urban centers and bateyes-suburban settlements situated near sugar mills.
Population of Dominican Republic (2018)
Biosand filters installed