Achieving a step change in sector performance: towards universal access to water, sanitation and hygiene 30 Jun 2017 | Clare Battle

Key characteristics are consistently recognised as essential to building effective sector systems at national and local levels. This discussion paper looks at how to work together to build the systems and capacities needed to deliver and sustain services essential to reaching everyone everywhere with lasting access to WASH.

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Assessment of Water Sanitation & hygiene in public health care facilities in five provinces in Cambodia 30 Jun 2017 | WaterAid

Safe and high quality water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) is fundamental to preventing and controlling infection in health care facilities (HCFs), tackling antimicrobial resistance, and ensuring quality of care – a prerequisite for achieving universal health coverage. However, reliable data on WASH in HCFs in Cambodia, like in many other developing countries, is lacking and available data suggests the need for further improvement.
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Study on WASH-Nutrition barriers and potential solutions (Full Report) 22 Jun 2017 | WaterAid

Water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) has an important effect on nutrition status. Globally, around half of the burden of child undernutrition is due to inadequate sanitation and hygiene. Yet many WASH programs do not recognise their potential effect on nutrition, while many nutrition initiatives do not include WASH. Integration of WASH and nutrition is therefore a promising strategy to improve nutrition outcomes.
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WaterAid Cambodia Annual Report 2017 13 Jun 2017 | WaterAid

This annual report, covering the period from April 2016 to March 2017 (FY17), documents progress in WaterAid’s third year of operations in Cambodia. FY17 was the final period of the ‘development phase’ in which WaterAid sought to determine its thematic focus and ways of working. In the final quarter of FY17, a country program evaluation was conducted and the development of the first country strategy (2017 to 2020) was initiated.
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WaterAid Cambodia Country Program Review 5 Jun 2017 | WaterAid

This evaluation forms a bridge from the ‘development’ phase to working under a full Country Strategy for the period 2017 to 2020. It aims to inform the future direction and approaches WACam will take, based on a review of the previous three year’s work (2014 to 2017).
PNG country strategy

Papua New Guinea Country Strategy 2017-2020 18 May 2017 | WaterAid

This strategy sets out WaterAid PNG’s intents from 2017 to 2020. It is not a roadmap, but a compass, helping us find our way as we work to support government and communities to achieve the changes they aspire to.
WaterAid Tanzania Country Strategy 2016-2021

Tanzania Country Strategy 2016-2021 15 May 2017 | WaterAid

This Country Strategy 2016–21 establishes the direction for WaterAid Tanzania over the next five years, building on our previous strategy, past achievements, lessons learned and engagement with the sector.
Timor-leste country strategy

Timor-Leste Country Strategy 2016-2021 8 May 2017 | WaterAid

This strategy summary sets out WaterAid Timor-Leste’s intents from 2016 until 2021. It is not a roadmap, but a compass, helping us find our way through the fog of complex systems over the next five years, discovering a path as we go along that will help ensure every Timorese citizen has access to sustainable water, sanitation and hygiene services by 2030.