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Published on: 25/11/2014

Taken together, these experiments will contribute to the sustainability and quality of rural water services. More importantly, by building sector capacity to take a rigorous and evidence-based approach to change, the experiments will pave the way for future innovation and informed policy making.

In Ghana, the following experiments have been undertaken:

  1. Creating a new model for rural water service monitoring
  2. Reducing handpump downtime using SMS technology
  3. Adopting a life-cycle costs approach for sustainable service delivery
  4. Analysing sector learning and adaptive capacity
  5. Promoting sector harmonisation and coordination

Triple-S has also been leading a process of innovation and experimentation in Uganda, Burkina Faso, Mozambique and India.


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