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Published on: 31/05/2013

The symposium was hosted by the Ministry of Water and Energy, and the Ministry of Health of the Government of Ethiopia and was organised in partnership with the African Ministers' Council on Water (AMCOW), WaterAid, Water and Sanitation for Africa (WSA), Rural Water Supply Network (RWSN), Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC), and Water For People. On this site you can find all related materials, including all papers and presentations.

Symposium focus, programme, set-up & topics

The symposium will provide a global platform for sharing the latest initiatives, tools, indicators and experiences and will consist of parallel sessions, with plenary debates.The umbrella theme of monitoring sustainable WASH services has been organised into six different topics:

Symposium Papers

All symposium papers available for your reading pleasure. Get in-depth information on ICT-trends in monitoring, financing for WASH monitoring, issues and solutions for monitoring sanitation & hygiene, and examples of project and country-wide monitoring. Download all the papers per topic below.

Papers on Topic 1: Monitoring the finance needed for service delivery

 Papers on Topic 2: Government-led and country wide monitoring

 Papers on Topic 3: Project monitoring: A vicious cycle of donor accountability or necessary stepping stone to better national WASH sector monitoring?

Papers on Topic 4: ICT for monitoring sustainable service delivery

Papers on Topic 5: Monitoring sanitation and hygiene

Key-note on Topic 6: Global-regional-national WASH monitoring


Symposium Presentations

Find all the presentations from the Monitoring Sustainable WASH Service Delivery Symposium, 9-11 April 2013, in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia here. 

Presentations from Monday April 8, 2013: Ethiopia's National WASH Inventory

Presentations from Tuesday April 9, 2013: Symposium programme - Day 1

Presentations from Wednesday April 10, 2013: Symposium programme - Day 2

Presentations from Thursday April 11, 2013: Symposium programme - Day 3

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