The 2014 WASH sustainability Forum Report synthesizes the materials presented, explores opportunities for applying Forum outcomes and provides recommendations for next steps in WASH Sustainability.
As trade relationships gradually replace traditional development aid, strong country leadership and sector capacities will determine whether resources are used effectively for services that last.
The 2014 WASH sustainability Forum Report synthesizes the materials presented, explores opportunities for applying the outcomes and provides recommendations for next steps in WASH Sustainability. Discussions continue online and face to face.
In Stockholm, CWSA and IRC presented Ghana’s new monitoring framework for rural and small town water services, which enables monitoring of services provided and sustained at scale.
At World Water Week in Stockholm IRC will showcase Triple-S innovations in service sustainability, launch the WASHCost book and together with Water for People present 'Everyone Forever'.
A video from Burkina Faso explores questions around monitoring of rural water services and presents different approaches.
Video explores role of local government in the delivery of sustainable WASH services in Ghana, Burkina Faso and Uganda.
At the 5th WASH Sustainability Forum in Amsterdam, water, sanitation and hygiene professionals discussed how to provide lasting services for the world’s poorest.
By clearly defining 'the rules of the game' for their water and sanitation sectors, Ghana and Uganda create an environment that encourages teamwork and ultimately sustainable services at scale.
Working paper 10 provides a comprehensive assessment of the state of the market for WASH sustainability tools and identifies gaps. 25 promising tools are summarised in practical 1-pagers.
Monitoring and awareness raising have helped the commune of Gorgadji collect fees for preventive maintenance of waterpoints and take steps towards sustainable water supply services.
Monitoring and evaluation are key to improving the performance and sustainability of WASH services. But how much does they cost and how should they be paid for?
Over 200 people from 32 countries came together at the seminar on monitoring of decentralised WASH services in West Africa. Daily newsletters, highlight discussions and recommendations from the event.
Making water and sanitation services available to everyone for life requires new ways of working. The WASH Conference in Brisbane fuelled discussion on a service delivery approach.
Call to submit approaches or tools for sustainability to be featured at the fifth WASH Sustainability Forum.
Sector stakeholders are increasingly using sustainability tools. Two webinars in March drew on research conducted as part of Triple-S and generated discussion on areas for improvement.
The fifth annual WASH Sustainability Forum will be held on June 30th & July 1st in The Netherlands and will focus on practical approaches and tools for sustainable sanitation, hygiene and water.
The Conrad N. Hilton Foundation has awarded US$3 million to IRC to continue and build on the work in Ghana begun under the Triple-S project.
To monitor emerging change in the WASH sector, Triple-S experimented with SenseMaker®, an innovative monitoring method. A new report analyses why this was not successful and presents lessons learned.
SustainableWASH.org in collaboration with the Rural Water Supply Network, is hosting a series of two, hour-long webinars on March 4th & 18th 2014. Please join us at 2pm UTC.