See the situation on the ground. Listen to experts, local practitioners, and water users talk about the challenges of sustainable rural water supply.
Post 2015 monitoring - Tom Slaymaker leads the JMP working group for water for post 2015 monitoring. He relates about the strengths of the current JMP monitoring, the challenges, and the plans for post 2015 monitoring.
Ethiopia's national WASH inventory - an interview with Tamene Hailu working about national level monitoring in Ethiopia.
M4W in Uganda - using mobile phones to reduce downtime and improving national level baseline data in Uganda.
FLOW for monitoring water services in Ghana - Seth Damasah, Head of the District Water and Sanitation Team of Akatsi District in the Volta Region in Ghana, explains how FLOW is being used to monitor water services in Ghana.
Faces of unkempt sources - showing some of the bad practices relating to management of rural water sources in Uganda.
Towards sustainable water services in Ghana - Vida Duti is the Triple-S team leader in Ghana. She heads a team of 10 people, which is hosted by the government agency: Community Water and Sanitation Agency(CWSA). In seven short video clips Vida talks about the changes in the Ghana water sector towards sustainable rural water services.
Triple-S featured at the World Bank, May 2011 (Washington D.C., USA) – Harold Lockwood, author of the Lessons for Rural Water Supply initiative, presents findings from the 13-country study and IRC's Patrick Moriarty, Director of the Ghana Program, discusses recommendations for donor support.
Everyone & Forever: the Honduras experience - Water For People has adopted the "Everyone & Forever" approach. This video describes how Chinda, Honduras has reached 100% water supply and sanitation coverage for homes and schools.
Rural water supply stories - In support of the Story Initiative, IRC's Triple-S, RWSN, and NETWAS Uganda joined efforts to collect more than 100 stories during the 6th RWSN Forum, using the Story Booth.
Back to the River – Tessa Livingstone, BBC producer of the acclaimed documentary Child of Our Time, turns her lens on the problem of unsustainable rural water supplies.
Water flow in a rural setting – IRC & Triple-S Uganda present the challenges facing rural water supply in Uganda through the perspectives of water users and community leaders.
Water at full scale – Poor infrastructure, community vandalism, and lack of long-term planning are some factors that affect rural water supply in Uganda. NGO representatives, community members, researchers, and farmers all share their narratives in this short video presented by Triple-S Uganda.
What if...? – What if resources from all projects in the district were brought together? What if in addition to constructing water systems we also planned and financed for its operation and maintenance? This short presentation tells the story of a fictitious district in the developing world, and what happened to its water supply.