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Progress-linked finance : a study of the feasibility and practicality of a proposed WASH financing approach
, (Water and Sanitation for the Urban Poor : Discussion Paper DP 002) Available at:
Published on: 01/02/2012
This report assesses the feasibility of a financing model, Progress-Linked Finance, designed to incentivize and support WASH service providers to...
Learning about community water and sanitation action plans
, S.l.: RiPPLE, Research-inspired Policy and Practice Learning in Ethiopia and the Nile region. Available at:
Published on: 09/12/2011
Waterborne and sanitation related diseases such as cholera, yellow fever, hepatitis, diarrhoea and typhoid claim the lives of hundreds of thousands...
Is the water sector lagging behind education and health on aid effectiveness? : lessons from Bangladesh, Ethiopia and Uganda
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Published on: 14/01/2010
A study in three countries (Bangladesh, Ethiopia and Uganda) assessed progress against the Paris Principles for Aid Effectiveness (AE) in three...
Achieving Water Security: Lessons from research in water supply, sanitation and hygiene in Ethiopia
, Rugby: Praction Action Publishing Ltd. Available at:
Published on: 25/03/2014
This book brings together key work from the ODI-led RiPPLE programme (2006-11) and includes 3 chapters authored by IRC staff. These are on WASH...