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USAID LENS Approach to Home-Based Business (HBB) Dev...

Building on the MSE Survey conducted by USAID LENS in 2014, USAID LENS adopted a Market Systems Approach and conducted a series of analyses to identify specific market opportunities and barriers to...

USAID LENS CLA Paper

This report examines in detail three specific CLA “cycles”, two “major” and one “minor”, that were critical in addressing key structural and operational challenges in the first two years of the USA...

WOMEN IN MAINTENANCE INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT MODEL

USAID LENS sought to develop, through the work of a dedicated taskforce, a
model for an institutional umbrella, consisting of one or more entities, able to offer sustainable support
for women wor...

JCP Pharma Attribution Methodology

This attribution methodology aimed to evaluate and measure the performance of the portfolio of activities supported by JCP for the pharmaceutical sector.

Integration of Gender Dimension in Water Management ...

Options Méditerranéennes is a collection of scientific papers intended to aid...

Capacity-Building Guidance

Capacity-Building Guidance is intended to help readers get the most from their technical assistance. The module includes components on preparing a scope of work for delivering capacity-building tec...

Water Hammer In Piped Water Distribution System: Inv...

A proper water distribution system is very much essential for daily life, namely, for drinking, washing, cleaning
along with sanitation. The ground and catchment centers are very common source of ...

Water Hammer

This document is an important tool for the specialist surge analyst to use.

WATER HAMMER – DO WE NEED TO PROTECT AGAINST IT?

This paper is aimed at making readers more aware of the dangers, what can be done to avoid the problem, and
what can be done to control the phenomenon if avoidance is not possible. It also will ma...

Transient Pressures, Surge Modeling and Surge Model ...

Surge modeling is used to evaluate existing pumping system—particularly, where damage from transient events has occurred.