Year of WASH

MCC has dubbed 2020 the “Year of WASH” as we’re flush with evidence and learning from our work in the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) sector. Throughout the year on this page, MCC will be publishing Evaluation Briefs, blog posts, and other products to highlight our work and lessons learned. See our completed products so far—and check back for more to come!

Read this Evaluation Brief to learn the results of MCC’s Jordan Compact, which aimed to increase the supply of water to households and businesses through improvements in water delivery, wastewater collection, and wastewater treatment.

Read this Evaluation Brief to learn the results of a project from MCC’s Mozambique Compact that aimed to improve the health and productivity of community members in intervention areas by providing access to safer water and hygiene and sanitation training.

Read this Evaluation Brief to learn the results of a project from MCC’s Mozambique Compact that aimed to improve access to safe, reliable water supply and reduce flooding to improve health outcomes and spur economic growth in urban areas.

Read this Evaluation Brief to learn the results of a project from MCC’s Cabo Verde Compact II that aimed to improve management of the water and sanitation sector, support utilities to operate more efficiently, and increase access to piped water and sanitation.

On the global day to recognize the importance of water, MCC highlights learning and results from work in the water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) sector.

Read this Evaluation Brief to learn the results of an activity from MCC’s Tanzania Compact that aimed to increase production and quality of water in Dar es Salaam by rehabilitating the Lower Ruvu Water Treatment Plant.

Read this Evaluation Brief to learn the results of an activity from MCC’s Tanzania Compact that aimed to increase production and quality of water in Morogoro by rehabilitating the Mafiga Treatment Plant and building a new treatment plant in Mambogo.

Read this Evaluation Brief to learn the results from MCC’s Lesotho Rural Water Activity that aimed to improved access to water sources and sanitation to save time on water collection, decreases water-related illness, and reduces medical expenditures.

Read this Evaluation Brief to learn the results of an activity from MCC’s Jordan Compact aimed at increasing the supply of water to households and businesses through improvements in the efficiency of water delivery.

Read this Evaluation Brief to learn the results of MCC’s Water Smart Homes Activity under the Jordan Compact, which aimed to decrease the cost for households in Zarqa Governorate to meet their water needs.