Although most people acknowledge the importance of learning for improving performance in the water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) sector, in practice key information and knowledge are too often not (or only partly) used for the planning and implementation of interventions.
At the 6th Africa Water Week, IRC - International Water and Sanitation Centre, convened a session to discuss the importance of knowledge management and sector learning as essential components in strengthening national WASH sector systems, and make appropriate recommendations.
This experiment consisted of a study to assess the significance, efficacy and sustainability of the learning alliance approach in influencing learning and adaptive capacity in the rural water sector in Ghana.
IRC/Triple-S Uganda has worked with the Ministry of Water and Environment to develop a learning and coordination model aimed at improving continuous joint learning throughout the rural water sector to promote innovations and address underlying challenges of service delivery.
Triple-S has been leading a process of active innovation and experimentation in Ghana (as well as in other countries). This involves running a number of experiments (five in Ghana and seven in Uganda) spanning the range of areas where innovative approaches to current challenges have been identified.
Triple-S has been leading a process of active innovation and experimentation in Uganda (as well as in other countries). This involves running a number of experiments spanning the range of areas where innovative approaches to current challenges have been identified.
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IRC and partners have supported the government of Sierra Leone in launching an initiative for learning in the water, sanitation and hygiene sector. A sector learning framework has been developed in consultation with sector players. Now leadership and commitment are needed to move sector learning...
Après un processus de travail intensif, nous avons pu lancer, fin 2013, notre nouvelle identité institutionnelle qui traduit mieux notre rôle de think-and-do-tank, utilisant les connaissances comme catalyseur de changements au profit des populations.
A study on the Learning Alliance Approach in Ghana, commissioned by IRC under the Triple-S project has concluded that the Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) sector in Ghana is very vibrant in experience sharing, documentation and dissemination, but recommended institutionalising a guiding model...
A study on the Learning Alliance Approach in Ghana, recommends a guiding model for a more systematic process of building up and deploying knowledge to better influence policy, programming, and practice.
IRC/Triple-S Uganda is working with the Ministry of Water and Environment to develop a learning and coordination model aimed at improving learning at different levels. In this article, Peter Magara the National Learning Facilitator of IRC/Triple-S Uganda, describes the proposed learning model.