Published on: 09/06/2018
Due to the absence of active and participatory platforms for coordination, WASH sector actors – woreda head, offices of women and children's affairs, health, education, water, agriculture and finance – have shown a reluctance to implement WASH activities together. Regrettably, this lack of coordination slowed down progress in reaching Growth and Transformation Plan (GTP II) targets for access to water supply and improved sanitation.
Here is a blog by SNV on the co-designed capacity building guideline plan, and training at national and sub-national governments on the subjects of WASH sector planning, budgeting, coordination, implementation, monitoring and reporting.
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