Publications

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WASH Matters February 2013 1 Feb 2013 | Countries: International | Author: WaterAid UK

Quarterly insights into service delivery in Africa and South Asia. February 2013 edition.
Menstrual hygiene manual

Menstrual hygiene matters 1 Jan 2012 | Countries: UK, Ghana, Niger, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Uganda | Authors: WaterAid et al

Menstrual hygiene matters is an essential resource for improving menstrual hygiene for women and girls in lower and middle-income countries.
Managing water locally, front cover

Managing water locally 1 Feb 2011 | Countries: UK | Institute of Civil Engineering, Oxfam and WaterAid

Document exploring how managing water locally is an essential dimension of community water development.
WASH Matters May 2013 cover

WASH Matters August 2013 1 Aug 2013 | Countries: International | Author: WaterAid UK

Quarterly insights into service delivery in Africa and South Asia. August 2013 edition.
Case studies from the Governance and Transparency Fund programme

Case studies from the Governance and Transparency Fund programme 7 Nov 2013 | WaterAid

Over the past five years, WaterAid, in collaboration with the Freshwater Action Network, has been strongly involved in a Governance and Transparency Fund programme, funded by the UK Government’s Department for International Development.
WASH Matters May 2013 cover

WASH Matters May 2013 1 May 2013 | Countries: International | Author: WaterAid UK

Quarterly insights into service delivery in Africa and South Asia. May 2013 edition.
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Mid Term review of PCD 11 Feb 2013 | Countries: UK | Authors: Chris Stalker and Steve Tibbett

Mid-term review of the work of WaterAid's UK policy and campaigns department (PCD).
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Keeping promises report 11 Feb 2013 | Countries: UK | Authors: Joanna Esteves Mills and John Garrett

Keeping promises provides in-depth analysis of budgeting, spending and funding gaps on WASH and identifies bottlenecks that are common across the five countries.