EnCompass is excited to announce that the USAID Bureau for Resilience and Food Security has selected our team to lead the Global Waters Communications and Knowledge Management (CKM) II contract. Through this contract, our team will provide communications and knowledge management support to the Center for Water Security, Sanitation, and Hygiene.

“We are excited to be supporting work that will directly impact peoples’ health and promote access to water, sanitation, and hygiene services for all,” says Beeta Tahmassebi, Vice President for Strategic Initiatives, whose team will lead our work with the Center.

Over the next 5 years, EnCompass will work with our subcontractors, the Institute for Development Impact (I4DI) and FHI 360, to produce high-quality communications and learning content that is designed and disseminated with engagement in mind. We will work to expand the Center’s reach and use data to drive our efforts and deliver on communications and knowledge sharing objectives. As part of this effort, our team looks forward to managing the Global Waters hub, which includes GlobalWaters.org, as well as its numerous microsites.

By engaging a network of thought leaders, influencers, and sector champions in conversations and learning events, our team will help the global WASH community come together to create pathways to change. 

Global Waters CKM II is a task order under the OASIS SB Pool 1 mechanism, an important U.S. Government procurement mechanism through which USAID and other U.S. Government agencies can access best-in-class services from EnCompass and other organizations. For more information about our work under this mechanism, visit our work with us page.

Photo: WASH Entrepreneurs in Liberia by USAID Global Waters on Flickr