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Max Wengawenga, Director of Planning in the Ministry of Water and Sanitation in Malawi, explains why it's useful to create a costed finance strategy for WASH.

TitleAddressing the financing gap
Publication TypeAudiovisual
Year of Publication2023
AuthorsWengawenga, M
Secondary TitleWASH Systems Academy podcast
Pagination05m 09s
Date Published03/2023
Place PublishedThe Hague, the Netherlands
Publication LanguageEnglish

Where do we start with addressing the finance gap in the WASH sector? Listen to this podcast (5 mins) with Max Wengawenga on the elements needed to develop a costed finance strategy. Max Wengawenga is the Director of Planning in the Ministry of Water and Sanitation in Malawi and answers the questions:

  • What is a costed finance strategy for WASH?
  • Why is it useful to create a costed finance strategy for WASH?

This podcast was recorded for the WASH Systems Academy course 'Finance for sustainable WASH systems'.

This Podcast is jointly produced under the Partnership for WASH Systems in Africa [PWSA] for the four online courses:

  • Introducing water, sanitation, and hygiene system strengthening
  • Introducing finance for sustainable WASH systems
  • Advanced course: Creating sustainable water, sanitation, and hygiene systems
  • Advanced course: Finance for sustainable water and sanitation systems.

Register to follow a course in English or French on UNICEF's Agora platform or on the WASH Systems Academy.

These courses have been created by PWSA, a partnership of UNICEF, IRC, Water For People, and SIWI, with funding from the Directorate-General for International Cooperation (DGIS) of the Dutch government. 

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