With targeted technical assistance, Chemonics improves water and wastewater services, management, and facility development for public and private entities. Our work builds the capacity of local engineers, policymakers, and financial institutions to develop safe, clean, and sustainable water supply and wastewater treatment. In particular, we are improving regulatory and financial oversight to ensure that stressed municipal systems have sustainable and resilient water and wastewater services.
Water and Wastewater.
Managing Water and Wastewater in Lebanon
The water and wastewater infrastructure in Lebanon needed improvements to deliver efficient, sustainable services to the country’s citizens.
Turning on the Tap in the Middle East and North Africa
Certification programs for water plant operators are improving critical water and sanitation services in the Middle East and North Africa.
Reflections on the Circular Economy
I had the recent good fortune of attending the 8th Session of the World Water Forum in Brazil — what a grand affair! There was a packed program full of fascinating technical sessions held in parallel; three huge marquee tents full of exhibitors from governments, international agencies, and companies; and local community groups, NGOs, and entrepreneurs engaging thousands…
Can Jordan Beat Water Scarcity Without Desalination?
Water scarcity is nothing new to the Middle East. In fact, many would say that water — or the lack of it — has shaped its very history and culture. Looking forward, water will continue to play a pivotal role for this arid region of the world. Aging water infrastructure and increasingly uncertain climate events…
News: Chemonics at the International Water Summit
Part of Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week, the International Water Summit is an opportunity for diverse stakeholders to come together to discuss water sustainability in arid regions. From January 15 to 18, Chemonics will join others in the field to explore innovations in the water sector. Chemonics experts will lead and participate in discussions through two…