CityLinks will help improve access to water supply and sanitation services in Global Health Initiative countries.
A key aim of CityLinks is to increase the resiliency of cities in Feed the Future focus countries.
CityLinks partnerships improve the lives of citizens, strengthen the quality of local governments, and foster democracy worldwide.
Climate change adaptation strategies can help cities become more resilient by mitigating the impact of drought, elevated temperatures, flooding, and other conditions.
Urban food security can be enhanced by sound land-use and agricultural practices and by improved distribution and marketing systems.
Safe drinking water and reliable sanitation systems are crucial for public health and economic productivity. U.S. cities offer models for that can be shared with developing countries.
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USAID Missions and U.S. local governments are invited to participate in CityLinks partnerships. Learn how to get involved:
Cities Use Their Voice at COP20
12 hours ago
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