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  • Delivering a global change project

    WaterAid staff in East Africa attending PMER training.
    Posted 13 Sep 2017 by Kate Ferguson

    Kate Ferguson, PMER Training and Capacity Development Manager, explains how WaterAid changed the face of its programming system to improve how we think about, manage and feed back on our work.

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  • Increasing accountability of WASH donors

    WaterAid Tanzania in partnership with WEDECO, a local NGO, train district councils in Tanzania on district wide planning. Donor: Government of Canada.
    Posted 23 Mar 2017 by Amy Keegan

    WASHwatch is an online monitoring platform aiming to encourage and facilitate collaboration within the water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) sector to increase monitoring and accountability towards global water and sanitation progress. To mark World Water Day, we've launched our first WASHwatch Donor Profiles!

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  • What do rocks have to do with water, sanitation and hygiene?

    Randullabad: Conceptual model
    Posted 17 Mar 2017 by Arjen Naafs

    India uses more groundwater than China and the USA combined, and its supplies are rapidly depleting. Arjen Naafs, WaterAid's Technical Advisor for South Asia, delves into the hydrogeology that could help communities manage reserves effectively.

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  • District-wide sustainable WASH in Timor-Leste

    Novana, 3, washes her hands at a water pump installed in a rural village of Manufahi district, Timor-Leste.
    Posted 16 Feb 2017 by Alex Grumbley

    In an environment characterised by many and varied limitations, WaterAid Timor-Leste works to improve the full spectrum of water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) service delivery and maintenance. Alex Grumbley, Country Director, explains how the programme has used a district-wide approach in its drive towards greater sustainability.

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  • Did I make a difference? Measuring our contribution to change

    I think you should be more specific here in step two - cartoon
    Posted 2 Feb 2017 by Kate Norgrove

    How do you systematically plan, monitor, evaluate and report on advocacy work in a complex and unpredictable global context? Kate Norgrove, ex- Global Head of Campaigns at WaterAid UK, shares her parting thoughts.

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  • Strengthening Monitoring in the WASH Sector: WASHwatch

    WASHwatch logo
    Posted 15 Dec 2016 by Amy Keegan

    Monitoring progress within the water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) sector is essential to ensure that globally, regionally and nationally we are all on track to achieve the goal of reaching everyone everywhere with water and sanitation by 2030. Amy Keegan, Policy Officer for Monitoring and Accountability at WaterAid, introduces the relaunch of WASHwatch, the collaborative monitoring platform set up by WaterAid.

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  • Recent thinking on urban sanitation – reporting from Stockholm World Water Week

    Samira, 22, works as a provision store attendant in Kumasi, Ghana.
    Posted 22 Sep 2016 by Andres Hueso

    In a rapidly urbanising world, urban sanitation is an area where urgent action is needed. WaterAid co-convened two events at World Water Week to share recent research and experiences from different cities that have achieved success. Andrés Hueso, Senior Policy Analyst for Sanitation at WaterAid, reports.

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  • Measuring the immeasurable: monitoring and evaluation in advocacy

    Kate Norgrove, WaterAid's Global Head of Campaigns, (left) with Gladys and Blessings at savings group in Malawi.
    Posted 15 Sep 2016 by Kate Norgrove

    To continue to grow our impact, it is important that we measure what we do. We can add up toilets, and record how many people have gained safe water, but how do we count the effect of the advocacy that forms half of our work? Kate Norgrove, WaterAid’s Global Head of Campaigns, finds some clues in Malawi.

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  • Three challenges for urban sanitation: what I learned from housing professionals

    Kalshi Takar Baa slum, Dhaka, Bangladesh
    Posted 25 Aug 2016 by Remi Kaupp

    What can WASH specialists learn from architects and town planners? Rémi Kaupp, WaterAid UK’s Urban Sanitation Specialist, muses on three lessons from his time working in housing.

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  • My eulogy to the Australian African Community Engagement Scheme and why its spirit should live on

    Men in Luwera village, Malawi dig a trench for the water supply scheme.
    Posted 23 Aug 2016 by Rosie Wheen

    The AACES was a five-year programme that focused on empowering women, young people, children, people with disabilities and others in 11 countries. Rosie Wheen, Head of International Programmes at WaterAid Australia, reflects on five factors that made AACES such a success, and what the sector can take away to help its spirit live on.

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