Many countries are developing or reviewing their water sector monitoring systems to see whether they are SDG-proof. A recurring question in this is the extent to which these should use household-level data of JMP-defined access to limited, basic or safely managed water. We argue that caution should...
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.
With many of the seasonal water sources failing due to poor rains, there has been considerable reliance on a limited number of high-yielding water schemes whose ongoing performance is critical to the drought response.