The Safe Water 2 Programme is "a place for innovation," says Hester Foppen of Aqua for All . As a partner in the ' Safe Water Phase 2' Programme , IRC spoke to her about business viability and innovation at a stakeholder workshop in Nepal in the fall of 2017.
Before 2021, national monitoring systems should be able to measure effectively how countries are doing in delivering water, sanitation and hygiene, IRC Burkina Faso Country director Juste Nansi states.
Despite massive investments in rural water supply in Tanzania, the number of people with access to improved water sources has not increased. This begs the question, what could be the reason for this stagnation?
For decades, people in Uganda have been encouraged to wash their hands as a way of preventing the spread of diseases. However, the percentage of the population accessing and using hand washing facilities remains low at only 36%. What are the challenges?
Civil Society Organisations (CSOs), African Ministers Council on Water (AMCOW) and the national governments jointly prepare for the implementation of Sustainable Development Goal 6 (SDG6) and the Dakar N'gor Declaration on Water and Sanitation.
There are big expectations for national sector monitoring and evaluation (M&E) systems both from the side of governments and from the side of Development Partners (DPs). National scale data collection using ICT in some African countries have set the tone: it is now possible to have data from...