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Published on: 22/08/2016

Extending water, sanitation and hygiene to some of the hardest to reach pastoralist communities in the Afar, Somali and Southern Nations Nationalities and People's regions of Ethiopia. This USAID-funded activity is implemented by AECOM with partners the International Rescue Committee (the other IRC) and CARE. IRC have been advising the activity on monitoring to support the delivery of better WASH services.

We are supporting the Lowland WASH Activity to develop and implement activities to strengthen regional Management Information Systems for WASH in the targeted regions. Better data and turning that data into information, knowledge and even wisdom in these regions is expected to help underpin the governance of WASH services and ultimately services that reach more people more sustainably. 

Initial activities (July to September 2016) have focused on scoping the existing WASH M&E systems, processes and capacities in these regions, and supporting two focus or case study woredas to strengthen their management and use of WASH data.

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