We adopt a core set of approaches aligned with WaterAid’s global principles to implement programmes that bring lasting change.
Rights based approach
We sensitise duty bearers on their roles and responsibilities for greater accountably and more responsive authorities; and empower communities to claim their WASH rights through engaging more actively with local government.
District wide approach
We demonstrate model solutions, and enable wider replication through advocacy and capacity building to broaden coverage.
We integrate WASH into other areas of development and bring in elements from health, education, nutrition and other sectors into our work. We actively pursue mutually respectful and accountable partnerships with diverse entities to support our multifaceted work.
We strive for the highest quality and durability in our interventions, and work to improve sector performance and accountability through monitoring and tracking for more sustainable WASH services.
Knowledge and innovation approach
We centralise learning and innovation, both in technological and operational elements of our programmatic work, as well as through rigorous, multidisciplinary research.