Thumbnail Beyond political prioritisation of sanitation

Good intentions, so what next? 10 Oct 2016 | WaterAid

This research, commissioned by WaterAid to the Overseas Development Institute, explores how three countries have attempted to translate political commitments on sanitation into sector outcomes. It focuses on the incentives that enabled prioritisation of sanitation across all government levels and course correction to learn and adapt to existing and emerging implementation challenges.
PEA pyarmid

Political Economy Analysis toolkit 6 Sep 2016 | WaterAid

Political Economy Analysis (PEA) is about understanding how change happens, helping to identify how best to influence change and make more politically informed decisions.
Open Defecation Free Sustainability Study in East Timor 2015-2016

Open Defecation Free Sustainability Study in East Timor 2015-2016 5 Sep 2016 | WaterAid

Community-led total sanitation (CLTS) programs have been helping communities to become open defecation free (ODF) for years; however, it is unclear how sustainable these programs are. This joint study assesses the extent of sustained behaviour change in Timor-Leste.

Increasing climate finance for sustainable water and sanitation services

Increasing climate finance for sustainable water and sanitation services 5 Sep 2016 | WaterAid

In this new policy brief, Louise Whiting, Senior Policy Analyst for Water Security and Climate Change, outlines the urgent policy changes needed to ensure that climate finance is used catalytically, effectively and for the benefit of highly vulnerable populations living without access to water and sanitation.

WaterAid Nigeria Country Strategy 2016-2021

WaterAid Nigeria country strategy 2016 - 2021 1 Sep 2016 | WaterAid

Our 2016 – 2021 strategy lays the foundation for a fifteen year trajectory, which aims to achieve access to water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) for everyone everywhere in Nigeria by 2030. Over the next five years, WaterAid Nigeria will focus on increasing citizens’ access to quality, equitable and sustainable WASH services, built on a strong sector and engaged communities.

The missing ingredients report

The missing ingredients 2 Aug 2016 | WaterAid

Through an analysis of nutrition and WASH plans and policies in 13 countries, WaterAid and SHARE's 'The missing ingredients' report highlights why WASH is essential for nutrition, identifying gaps and ways of working – and where and how improvements must be made.

WaterAid Timor-Leste Annual Review

WaterAid Timor-Leste Annual Review – April 2015 to March 2016 2 Aug 2016 | WaterAid

This year WaterAid Timor-Leste worked in Likisà and Manufahi Municipalities with seven local partner organisations to deliver access to safe water to 2,672 men, women and children living in 21 rural communities, with work on water supplies for a further three communities due to be complete before the end of June 2016. We have also delivered access to sanitation and hygiene education to 3,359 men, women and children in the same 24 communities, with 20 communities verified as Open Defecation Free by the local government.