To lead IRC's activities in USAID Transform WASH provide research support to implementation of the Agenda for Change and to make inputs to other projects and activities, IRC Ethiopia seeks to recruit a Research and Policy Advisor.
Although most people acknowledge the importance of learning for improving performance in the water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) sector, in practice key information and knowledge are too often not (or only partly) used for the planning and implementation of interventions.
IRC conducts budget tracking studies to understand the financial flows, the district budget and expenditure on different categories of rural water activities and analyze changes in allocations across life-cycle costs categories. Basing on budget tracking exercises for the periods 2009/10 – 2012/13...
Over the past month we have run an awesome campaign for a project which will provide 1,500 people with safe water in Kabarole district in Uganda. A project which will benefit especially girls who will have to walk less in the morning to collect water and can spend more time in school.
IRC's eerste fondsenwervingscampagne is ten einde. Met de hulp van 282 supporters is er een bedrag van € 10,170 opgehaald om ervoor te zorgen dat 1,500 mensen in Oeganda nu en in de toekomst toegang krijgen tot schoon drinkwater. En dat meisjes minder ver hoeven te lopen om water te halen zodat ze...
Iyua village was declared Open Defecation Free in 2015. A December 2016 visit by a delegation from the Global Sanitation Fund (GSF) traced the lessons and benefits of the village's Open Defecation Free status.
On 15 December 2016, a delegation from the Global Sanitation Fund (GSF) and Uganda Sanitation Fund (USF) visited Aton village in Lira. The village was declared Open Defecation Free (ODF) in June 2016. Below are some of the moments that were captured in photos.
Napak is one of eight additional districts selected to implement the Uganda Sanitation Fund (USF), funded by Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC). A WSSCC/USF delegation in December 2016 took a familiarisation visit to the district. IRC Uganda Country Director and WSSCC...
For three years - 2013-2015, IRC Uganda monitored rural water service delivery in Lira and Kabarole District. The purpose was to get a better understanding on the status of rural water services and the perception of users towards services delivered. This report presents the highlights.
Début octobre, IRC a lancé un « Concours national d'innovation sociale pour le développement endogène de l'assainissement familial ». Trois finalistes ont été présélectionnés pour passer à l'étape suivante.