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Supporting sustainable water supply services in difficult operating environments - a case study from Timor-Leste
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Supporting sustainable water supply services in difficult operating environments: a case study from Timor-Leste 16 Feb 2017 | Harold Lockwood, Alex Grumbley, Vincent Casey

If WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene) services are to deliver continuous benefits to users they must be supported by strong, responsive in-country institutions. This case study seeks to share WaterAid Timor-Leste’s experiences of institutional strengthening in an environment characterised by challenges and uncertainty.

Study on WASH - Nutrition Barriers & Potential Solutions 24 Feb 2017

Water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) has an important effect on nutrition status, but many WASH programs do not integrate nutrition and vice versa. Integration of WASH and nutrition is therefore a promising strategy to improve nutrition outcomes.

Forty representatives were consulted to identify current barriers to WASH and nutrition integration in Cambodia, and identify opportunities to address or overcome these barriers.

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Ethiopia Country Strategy 14 Feb 2017 | WaterAid

Ethiopia has made huge strides in increasing WASH coverage. Through its new Country Strategy, WaterAid Ethiopia aims to support and consolidate these gains with a focus on building the integrated, resilient, inclusive systems required to ensure sustained universal access to WASH for everyone everywhere by 2030.
Terms of reference and call for proposals - rural sanitation approaches and costings analysis

Call for proposals - rural sanitation approaches and costings analysis 7 Feb 2017 | WaterAid

WaterAid, UNICEF and Plan USA are seeking proposals for analysing rural sanitation approaches being used in the sector, with the aim of developing two practical guidance documents – one for costing programmes and one for developing approaches tailored to local situations.
WaterAid's common approach to PMER of advocacy

WaterAid's common approach to PMER of advocacy 2 Feb 2017 | Country: International | Author: Kate Norgrove

WaterAid's common approach to PMER outlines key behaviours and the core commitments for all of WaterAid on how to achieve sustainable change at scale. The common approach is accompanied by a set of four tools, which can help ensure that PMER is effective and appropriate within the context of the organisation.
Making sanitation happen: turning 'political will' into action

Making sanitation happen: turning 'political will' into action 9 Dec 2016 | WaterAid

This study explores how three countries attempted to translate political commitment to sanitation into results on the ground. It found two critical drivers: prioritisation throughout all government departments; and implementation happening alongside continuous learning and adaption.
WaterAid Nepal Country Stategy 2017-2020.

WaterAid Nepal Country Strategy 2017-2021 7 Dec 2016 | WaterAid

WaterAid Nepal’s goal over the next five years is to ensure that marginalised groups and individuals, and people living in vulnerable situations in Nepal have access to safe water and improved sanitation facilities, and are able to practise good hygiene behaviour.

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School WASH reports 6 Dec 2016 | WaterAid

Four reports analyse the status of water, sanitation and hygiene in schools in Bangladesh, Nepal, India and Pakistan.